How do you write " as part of a text string?

PATSYS

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For example part of the text string should appear as

"Sheet1"

I wrote it in the formula as:

="""&"Sheet1"&"""

But excel returned error.

How should it be done?

Thanks
 

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tusharm

MrExcel MVP
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To put a single quote inside a string literal, use two quotes. So, in your case use """Sheet1"""
For example part of the text string should appear as

"Sheet1"

I wrote it in the formula as:

="""&"Sheet1"&"""

But excel returned error.

How should it be done?

Thanks
 

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