Combine two Microsoft Excel formulas into one cell

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Hello - this is a curiosity question more than anything else. In Microsoft Excel, is there an easy way to combine two formulas (from two cells) into one cell? I just want one formula in the one cell. As of right now, it's two formulas in two cells. Thank you!
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  • TheRealRaven
    What do you mean by "combine"? Please provide an example. The only rational thing I can think of is to add the results of two formulas together.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can try to combine formulas from multiple cells into one cell, by using the & (ampersand) operator or symbol. Select the cell in which you want to combine data, then type = (equal sign) to start the formula. Next click on the first cell & type the & operator. Click on the second cell by pressing Enter key to complete the job.
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  • ToddN2000
    Post the formula. It may be one combined with an if / else. I don't see how you can have 2 separate formulas. What result do you return to the cell.
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