Concatenate two text fields BUT Left adjust first field and Right adjust second field

ahennema

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  1. 365
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  2. MacOS
I want to concatenate two Cells into a single cell BUT have the first field left justified and the second cell right adjusted.

A1 = "John Williams", A2= "Single"

A3 = "John Williams Single"

Anyone have, a hopefully fairly straight forward, method for completing the above task?

Thanks - Arich
 

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