# How to A Function That Adds A Range Of Cells | Simplest Guide on Web

In this blog post, I will be discussing a function that can be used to add a range of cells. This function can be used to add a range of cells horizontally or vertically.

## Adding cells in a defined range

I’m going to give you a function that will add cells in a defined range.
The function takes two arguments, the first is the starting cell and the second is the ending cell.
The function will add the cells in between the starting and ending cell.
The function will return the number of cells that were added.

## A function to add a range of cells together

There is a function available in Excel that can add two ranges of cells together. The function is called “concatenate” and it is located in the “Analysis” tab of the “Sheet” menu. The syntax for the “concatenate” function is:

concatenate(Range1, Range2)

The “concatenate” function will add the values in Range1 to the values in Range2 and then return the result as a single range. For example, if Range1 is a range of cells that contain the values 1, 2, 3, 4, and Range2 is a range of cells that contain the values 5, 6, 7, 8, the “concatenate” function will return the range of cells that contains the values 9, 10, 11, 12.

There are a few ways to add cells together:

1. Use the VALUE function. VALUE will take the first cell number in the list as the first argument, and the second cell number as the second argument. This will add the two cells together.

2. Use the SUM function. SUM will take the first cell number as the first argument, and the second cell number as the second argument. This will add the values from the two cells together.

3. Use the AVERAGE function. AVERAGE will take the first cell number as the first argument, and the second cell number as the second argument. This will add the value from the first cell to the second cell, and then divide that value by the number of cells in the list.

## Adding a range of cells in a function

Let’s say you wanted to add a range of cells to a function. The easiest way to do this is to use the VBA function Add. You can use this function like this:

This will add the cells in the Range(“A1”) column to the cells in the Range(“B1”) column. You can use this same function to add any number of cells, or any range of cells.

## Adding cells together in a function

Let’s say you wanted to add a range of cells together in a function. You can do this by using the logical AND operator (&). The first cell in the range will be added to the function, and the second cell in the range will be added to the function. Here’s an example:

=&

=A1&
=A2&
=B1&
=B2

This will return the value “A1&A2&B1&B2”.

## Conclusion

The function can be used to add a range of cells.