# How to Concatenate Decimal Places in Excel (5 Examples)

Concatenation is one of the most common ways to join texts and numbers in Excel. This process can make the whole process of joining multiple texts with numbers with decimals effortless. If you are curious to know how you can concatenate decimal places in Excel, then this article may come in handy for you. In this article, we will discuss how you can concatenate decimal places in Excel with elaborate explanations.

## 5 Suitable Examples to Concatenate Decimal Places in Excel

Here we are going to present 5 suitable examples to concatenate decimal places in Excel combining various types of functions. The dataset that we are going to use is simple fruit names with their unit price value. For avoiding any types of compatibility issues, try to use the Excel 365 edition. ### 1. Concatenate with Two Decimal Places

Concatenation of numbers with two decimal places is going to be shown here with the help of CONCATENATE and ROUND functions.

Steps

`=CONCATENATE("The Unit price of the ",B5," is ","\$",ROUND(C5,2))` Formula Breakdown

CONCATENATE(“The Unit price of the “,B5,”is “,”\$”,ROUND(C5,2)): This function will concatenate or join the text mentioned in the first argument, proceeded with joining the text mentioned in the cell B5 with the decimal number mentioned in cell C5 in the last argument. After then we will have the texts joined with the decimal numbers.

• Then drag the Fill Handle to cell D7.
• We will notice that the range of cell D5:D7 is now filled with concatenated fruit names with their decimal prices. ### 2. Concatenate Without Losing Decimal Places

Using the TEXT  function, we can fix decimal numbers rounding limit. Then we can easily concatenate them using an ampersand sign. There will be no loss of decimal places in this procedure.

Steps

• To join or concatenate the text and the number with decimals, select cell D5 and enter the following formula:

`="The Unit price of the "&B5&" is "&"\$"&TEXT(C5,"0.000")` • Then drag the Fill Handle to cell D7.
• We will notice that the range of cells D5:D7 is now filled with concatenated fruit names with their decimal prices. ### 3. Concatenating with TEXT Function

Using the TEXT function, we can fix decimal numbers rounding limit. Then we can easily concatenate them using an ampersand sign.

Steps

• To join or concatenate the text and the number with decimals, select cell D5 and enter the following formula:

`="The Unit price of the "&B5&" is "&"\$"&TEXT(C5,"0.00")` • Then drag the Fill Handle to cell D7.
• We will notice that the range of cells D5:D7 is now filled with concatenated fruit names with their decimal prices. ### 4. Using ROUND Function

Using the ROUND function, we can fix decimal numbers’ rounding limit. Then we can easily concatenate them using an ampersand sign.

Steps

• To join or concatenate the text and the number with decimals, select cell D5 and enter the following formula:

`="The Unit price of the "&B5&" is "&"\$"& ROUND(C5,2)` • Then drag the Fill Handle to cell D7.
• We will notice that the range of cells D5:D7 is now filled with concatenated fruit names with their decimal prices. ### 5. Combining CONCATENATE and FIXED Functions

Using the combination of FIXED and CONCATENATE, we will join or concatenate multiple text and numbers with decimals.

Steps

• To join or concatenate the text and the number with decimals, select cell D5 and enter the following formula:

`=CONCATENATE("The Unit price of the ",B5,"is ","\$",FIXED(C5,2))` Formula Breakdown

• FIXED(C5,2): This FIXED function will fix the rounding of the number mentioned in the first argument. The rounding of the numbers depends upon the second argument.
• CONCATENATE(“The Unit price of the “,B5,”is “,”\$”,FIXED(C5,2)): This function will concatenate or join the text mentioned in the first argument, proceeded with joining the decimal number mentioned in the second argument.
• Then drag the Fill Handle to cell D7.
• We will notice that the range of cells D5:D7 is now filled with concatenated fruit names with their decimal prices. ## Conclusion

To sum it up, the issue of how you can concatenate decimal places in Excel is here with 5 separate examples.

For this problem, a workbook is available to download where you can practice these methods.

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