3 declarations in a single cell

Fiske

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Hi guys just want to ask if it is possible to put 3 different declarations, whether it is string variant or integer into a single cell using vba.
If possible, how?
something like that
Code:
Cells(8897, 5).Value = mm, name, Format(Date, "dd/mm/yyyy")
Thanks!
 
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James006

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Hi,

Not sure to understand your question ...

Do you mean concatenation ...??? In this case, just use the operator &
 
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