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I'm trying to find a way to insert text in to every Cell in a specific Column.

e.g. Column C has 50 rows: I need to insert 0049 to the beginning of every Cell.

I didn't had any luck finding/creating a formula for this.

Help is much appreciated.

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Create a blank Column (D) and use "CONCATENATE":

=CONCATENATE("0049",C1)

Drag that down for each adjacent cell in Column C and it will add 0049 as a prefix.

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Thanks! I just found that and tried to replace the column with the concatenated one. Which isn't working because one part of the equation is missing.. Is there a way to instantly replace the values in a cell ? (So I have in Column C the right values) – The Mini John Jul 7 '14 at 13:04
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Can you be a little more descriptive? Do you need to convert forumlas to their values? When I need to do this, I copy the entire column and do a Paste Special into a new column, and choose to paste only the Values. – root Jul 7 '14 at 13:13
    
Yeap, "paste only Values" does the trick! Thanks. – The Mini John Jul 7 '14 at 13:16

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