7 years ago in MS Access

To add two cells (A1 and A2) together you use the following formula:

[A] A1 plus A2
[B] =A1 + A2
[C] =Add(A1+A2)
[D] =together(A1:A2)
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Tim Hembrom
Tim Hembrom - 4 years ago

Tim Hembrom from Mumbai, India is saying =A1 + A2 is correct answer

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Vinay Kumar - 4 years ago

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