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There will be occasions where you will want to merge two columns in numbers. Like
Merging two columns with base url and image name to get the full image path.
Combining first name and last name columns to get the full name.
There can be several other cases. Recently I exported list of emails which had separate columns for first and last names. But my newsletter software wanted them as name,email. So I had to merge the first and last name columns with a space in between them.
Here is my list, which has 3 columns, first name, last name, and email.
I want to merge first name and last name into one. Here are the step by step instructions to do it
First create a new column, say D.
Select an empty cell in it and click the fx(formula) button in the menu.
Then enter the formula (It should look like the screenshot below) and hit enter.
Tadaa!!, One row is merged. Now to merge all rows, copy the contents of this cell (cmd+c) and
and select entire row D and paste(cmd+v)
Now we have the column we want but, what if we don not want the original columns?
You may think that you can simply delete them, but you can not, as our new column D is dependent on A and B. If you make any changes to A and B they will be reflected in D to.
So, export the sheet as CSV, and open this file and now you will be free to delete the source columns in this new file as the columns have no link to others.