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this video will be about joining text from multiple columns so we have some text years and first names last names and titles and middle names that should be enough for us to work with so lets see how we can join first and last names together so there are a few ways to approach this in Google sheets so Im gonna start with the formula method and the end operator so Im gonna start with an equal sign and Im gonna treat this as lets take the first name plus the last name right so if I was doing math and I was trying to add two things I would do the plus sign but this is not gonna work because we cannot add two pieces of text together now the sign for that Plus for text is the + sign or the am percent so that should give us those two pieces of text joined so we can see how we have first and last name now the challenge we may have here is that we probably wanted a space between first and last name so lets see how we can do that so Im gonna go back and currently I just take the first na