How To Remove = Sign
looking for a formula to remove an "= sign" at the very beginning. hence if "=Jordan" then want to change it to "Jordan" in cell T3 only.
but wait, the resulting cell T3 "=Jordan" already has a formula inside it =(U3&V3&W3&X3&Y3)
How to enter formula for removing "= sign" and not disturbing the existing formula ....
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