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Gary_Nelson
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How do I insert a blank in a concatenation formula?

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Jason
Airtable Employee
Airtable Employee

Hi @Rob_Cahill,

You can adjust your formula to CONCATENATE({Aldea}," ",{Municipio}," ",{Departmento}) to include spaces between each referenced field.

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Do you mean a single blank space? If so you can just use " ".

i.e.

string1 & " " & string2

Dear Sir,
Thank you for your answer to Gary_Nelson’s question about adding a single blank space into a concatenation formula.
I cannot apply your to my formula.
I have three fields I am Concatenating: Village, Municipality and Department
I’d like to put a space in between each. Here’s the formula I have and it works but without spaces:
CONCATENATE({Aldea}, {Municipio}, {Departmento})
What would you add to this formula so that a blank space would appear between each name?
Thanks
Rob

Jason
Airtable Employee
Airtable Employee

Hi @Rob_Cahill,

You can adjust your formula to CONCATENATE({Aldea}," ",{Municipio}," ",{Departmento}) to include spaces between each referenced field.