# Combine Text Columns

To combine the text in column A with the text in column B with a space in between them in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula in an empty cell:

`less````
=ARRAYFORMULA(A:A&" "&B:B)
```

This formula uses the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function to apply the concatenation operation to the entire columns A and B. It combines the values in column A with a space (`" "`

) in between and appends the values from column B.

Make sure to replace `A`

and `B`

in the formula with the appropriate column letters based on your actual data. For example, if the text you want to combine is in columns C and D, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(C:C&" "&D:D)`

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To remove "http://", "https://", and "www." from every URL in column D and turn the URLs into live links in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula in an empty cell, starting from cell E2:

`less````
=ARRAYFORMULA(HYPERLINK(IF(D2:D<>"",SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(D2:D,"http://",""),"https://",""),"www.","")),D2:D))
```

This formula utilizes the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function and the `SUBSTITUTE`

function to remove the specified prefixes from each URL in column D. It also uses the `HYPERLINK`

function to convert the modified URLs into live links. The resulting modified URLs are displayed in column E.

Make sure to adjust the references to the appropriate columns based on your actual data. For example, if your URLs are in column F, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(HYPERLINK(IF(F2:F<>"",SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(F2:F,"http://",""),"https://",""),"www.","")),F2:F))`

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To remove "http://", "https://", and "www." from every URL in column D, turn the URLs into live links, and keep the cell empty if there is no URL in column D, you can use the following formula in an empty cell, starting from cell E2:

`less````
=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(D2:D="", "", HYPERLINK(IF(D2:D<>"",SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(D2:D,"http://",""),"https://",""),"www.","")),D2:D)))
```

This formula uses the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function and the `IF`

function to check if each cell in column D is empty. If a cell in column D is empty, the corresponding cell in column E will also be empty. If a cell in column D contains a URL, the formula uses the `SUBSTITUTE`

function to remove the specified prefixes and the `HYPERLINK`

function to convert the modified URL into a live link. The resulting modified URLs are displayed in column E.

Please make sure to adjust the column references based on your actual data. For example, if your URLs are in column F, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(F2:F="", "", HYPERLINK(IF(F2:F<>"",SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(F2:F,"http://",""),"https://",""),"www.","")),F2:F)))`

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To achieve this in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula in an empty cell, starting from cell H2:

`less````
=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(E2:E>500, {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, E2:E}, ""))
```

This formula uses the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function and the `IF`

function to check if each price in column E is greater than $500. If the condition is true, it returns an array containing values from columns F, C, G, and E. Otherwise, it returns an empty string. The resulting array is displayed in columns H, I, J, and K.

Make sure to adjust the column references based on your actual data. For example, if your price is in column D, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(D2:D>500, {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, D2:D}, ""))`

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To achieve the desired result in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula in an empty cell, starting from cell H2:

`ruby````
=ARRAYFORMULA(IF((E2:E>500)*(E2:E<>""), {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, TEXT(E2:E, "$0.00")}, ""))
```

This formula uses the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function and the `IF`

function to check two conditions: if the price in column E is greater than $500, and if the price is not empty. If both conditions are true, it returns an array containing values from columns F, C, G, and E formatted as dollars using the `TEXT`

function. Otherwise, it returns an empty string. The resulting array is displayed in columns H, I, J, and K.

The `*(E2:E<>"")`

part of the formula ensures that empty rows are excluded from the list.

Make sure to adjust the column references based on your actual data. For example, if your price is in column D, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(IF((D2:D>500)*(D2:D<>""), {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, TEXT(D2:D, "$0.00")}, ""))`

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To achieve the desired result in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula in an empty cell, starting from cell H2:

`ruby````
=ARRAYFORMULA(IF((E2:E>500)*(E2:E<>"")=TRUE, {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, TEXT(E2:E, "$0.00")}, ""))
```

This formula uses the `ARRAYFORMULA`

function and the `IF`

function to check two conditions: if the price in column E is greater than $500, and if the price is not empty. If both conditions are true, it returns an array containing values from columns F, C, G, and E formatted as dollars using the `TEXT`

function. Otherwise, it returns an empty string. The resulting array is displayed in columns H, I, J, and K.

The `(E2:E>500)*(E2:E<>"")=TRUE`

part of the formula ensures that empty rows are excluded from the list.

Make sure to adjust the column references based on your actual data. For example, if your price is in column D, you would use the formula `=ARRAYFORMULA(IF((D2:D>500)*(D2:D<>"")=TRUE, {F2:F, C2:C, G2:G, TEXT(D2:D, "$0.00")}, ""))`

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To accomplish this task using the FILTER function in Google Sheets, you can use the following formula starting from cell H1:

`mathematica````
=FILTER({F:F, C:C, G:G, TEXT(E:E, "$0.00")}, (E:E > 500) * (E:E <> ""))
```

This formula uses the FILTER function to extract the desired data based on the specified conditions. The array `{F:F, C:C, G:G, TEXT(E:E, "$0.00")}`

represents the columns F, C, G, and E with the values in column E formatted as dollars using the TEXT function.

The condition `(E:E > 500) * (E:E <> "")`

checks if the price in column E is greater than $500 and not empty. Only the rows that meet these conditions will be included in the filtered result.

Ensure that the column references (F:F, C:C, G:G, E:E) match your actual data range.

The FILTER function will display the resulting list starting from cell H1 without any empty rows.