Conditional Concatenation?

otrevino3

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Not sure whether this would actually be called "conditional concatenation".

I want the following to happen in Column A:

If the value in Column C is "abc", then display "***"+the value in Column B
If the value in Column C is "def", then display "**"+the value in Column B
Else display only the value in Column B

thanks.
 

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Maybe this:

=IF(C1="abc","***"&B1,IF(C1="def","**"&B1,B1))

Hope that helps,

Smitty
 
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