Concatenate Function- Two Texts In Two Cells
I have two texts in two cells. e.g in A1 I have JOHN, and in B1 I have SMITH.
I need to cocatenate these two texts in a third cell (=CONCATENATE(A1, B1) /or I can use = A1 & " " & B1). It's fine till I concatenate.
But I need the output in the following format:
The second text needs to be in ITALICS.
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