# How to add text in formula in Excel

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Excel is a fantastic tool for conducting all of the analysis and creating the final report. However, because each reader has a unique perspective on the report, calculations alone can fall short of communicating the intended meaning to the reader. Other people can grasp the numbers immediately by glancing at them, while others take time to realise the true meaning, and some people are just unable to do so. They therefore require a thorough and concise explanation of everything.

We may add text in formula to make the report more understandable and to keep all readers on the same page while reading it.

Let's see how adding text to Excel formulae works.

Use an Excel formula to add text in formula:

Excel is frequently used exclusively for computations. As a result, we are not concerned with how effectively they deliver the message to the reader. Take a look at the data below as an illustration.

It is obvious from the above graphic that we must multiply Units by Unit Price in order to determine the Sale Value.

To calculate the overall sales value for each salesperson, enter some basic text into the Excel formula.

Usually, here is where we stop the procedure.

Maybe Kim's entire Sale Value should be displayed as 10,260?

It seems to be a whole phrase in order to provide the user a clear message. Let's proceed and construct a statement using the formula.

Let's proceed and construct a statement using the formula to add text to formula.

We are aware of how the sentence should be framed.

First, we require the name of a Sales Person to appear. Therefore, we must choose cell A2

We now need the salesperson's name to be followed by Total Sale Value. To combine this text value, we must add the ampersand operator symbol after choosing the first cell.

To determine the sale value, we must now do the computation. Apply the formula as B2*C2 by adding the additional (and) sign.

To finish the calculation and enter our text values, we must now press the Enter key.

TIME Format allows you to add text in formula in an Excel file:

We have learned how to include text values in our calculations to provide readers or users a clear message. We're going to add text values to a different computation right now that also incorporates time calculations.

Data on flight arrival and departure times is available. The length of each flight must be determined.

We also want to display a statement such as Bust Number X34's overall duration is 03:58:49, in addition to the total length.

The formula must begin in cell D2. Bus Number is the first value we have. This has to be typed in double-quotes.

The flight number already present in cell A2 is the next value that has to be added. Add the & sign and choose cell A2.

The Total Duration of the text has to be updated next.

This text has to be enclosed in double-quotes, and we must add one more & sign.

The formula's key component is about to be revealed. After the symbol & enters the formula, we need to compute the entire time as C2 - B2.

Our entire computation is finished. To obtain the outcome, press the Enter key.

The total duration that we obtained was 0.16584490, which is not the correct format. Therefore, we must format the computation to TIME using the TEXT function.

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