1,000 Separator in Concatenating Statements

gryphyn81

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How do you get the 1,000 separator (,) to show in this:

=CONCATENATE("There are ",COUNT (B13:B37),"Variation Orders Valued at ",SUM(F25, F39 . . . . . ),".")

Excel's on-screen help doesn't show anything.

Thanks
 

Excel Facts

Why does 9 mean SUM in SUBTOTAL?
It is because Sum is the 9th alphabetically in Average, Count, CountA, Max, Min, Product, StDev.S, StDev.P, Sum, VAR.S, VAR.P.

gryphyn81

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Thanks so much for the help, both worked fine. Another piece of Excel trivia to remember.

Jim
 

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