Concatenate Text and Date

satyamsaurabh

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Is there a way to concatenate the following:

A1= DELETED
A2= 08/01/07

The result in A3 should display 'DELETED 08/01/07'

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
 

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satyamsaurabh

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I am getting the following result DELETED 00/01/00, as opposed to DELETED 08/01/07. Can you help, please.
 

VoG

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If you are using American-style dates maybe you need

=A1&" "&TEXT(A2,"mm/dd/yy")
 

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