Creating Email Address using Concatenate Function in MS Excel

In this article, we will learn how to create an Email address using the Concatenate Function in Microsoft Excel.

CONCATENATE function is used for joining the several text string into one text string.

 
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Let’s take an example to understand how we can create the Email address.

We have data in range A2:C5. Column A contains the first name, column B contains Last Name, and column C contains Domain i.e. gmail, yahoo, hotmail & rediffmail.
 
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In column D, we want to return the Full Email Address.

Follow below given steps:-

  • Write the formula in cell D2.
  • =CONCATENATE(A2,".",B2,"@",C2,".com")
  • Press Enter on your keyboard.
  • The function will create the email address.

 
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  • To create the Email ID for all users, copy the same formula by pressing the key Ctrl+C and paste into the range C3:C5 by pressing the key Ctrl+V.

 
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Note: - We can add any text, symbol and values in CONCATENATE formula.

This is the way we can create the email address by using the CONCATENATE function in Microsoft Excel.
 
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    • In case if domain name is missing, you can supply domain name in the function as argument in double quotes.

      For example, A2 has "George" & B2 has Bush and you know that they are using gmail account, use the following method.

      "=CONCATENATE(A2,".",B2,"@gmail.com")"

  1. In the example above, once I have concatenated A5, B5, C5 and have the email address, the formula remains underlying the new email address. How do I make it usable as an email? If I move it to another column or delete the original columns, the email is dissolved.

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