Add Text to Beginning or End of Cell in Excel

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    We take a cell to which we want to add text
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    In this video, the keyword "giftsforwomen" appears in cell "B2" without any spaces. To make this "www.giftsforwomen.com", we should use the "CONCATENATE" function.
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    Let's click cell "C2"
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    We type "=CONCATENATE("www.",B2,".com")" in cell "C2"
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    Alternatively, instead of typing "B2", we can click the cell "B2" (or the one to which we add text).
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    We press "Enter" when you have finished
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    To use the same formula down this column, we click the cell and double-click its lower right-hand corner
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    "www." and ".com" will be added to the beginning and end of each entry.
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