multiple column joins in an Excel table

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I would like to join 3 fields of data to form a whole name into one field using either concantenate, mid or some other suitable function any suggestions?

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Hi,
I think there are more experts in the Excel community that can help you out with that, since your question is only about Excel.
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Excel/bd-p/ExcelGeneral