Built-in VBA functions videos | Excel VBA Part 53.3 - The Join Function and Concatenating Strings

Posted by Andrew Gould on 22 February 2017

This video explains how to join or concatenate strings in VBA. You'll learn about to different operators you can use to do this, and why one is better than the other. You'll also learn how to use the Join function to take the contents of an array and concatenate them into a single string. The final part of the video shows a couple of practical uses for these techniques with an example that writes data to text files.

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