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    Within this formula, how can I bold specified letters or words. I can dates and number format Ok but not text bolding or italics etc. Can you help?

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    Which Formula???



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    I think he wants to bold certain
    concatenated references eg

    =CONCATENATE(E4,F4,A1)

    making perhaps A1 BOLD ????

    needs more clarification as Dave suggests

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    Hello Barrie

    Due to your smart-**** email I just got from you you will have to wait for somebody else to help you, cause I certainly aint!

    Good luck )

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