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I want to label a layer with 2 columns/attributes. It´s not a problem in Mapinfo, but can it be done in QGIS as well?

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Right-Click on the layer -> Properties -> Labels Then you can use the following function "concat(string1, string2,... ) : enter image description here

I hope it will be usefull.

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You can also concatenate directly with "field1" || "field2". –  SAnderka Jan 6 at 8:52
    
Thanks to both of you. Works! –  Salliva2000 Jan 6 at 9:05
    
With || you can use all kinds of columns. Using concat(), you can only use strings. –  Alexandre Neto Jan 6 at 10:04
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I usually prefer at least a blank as separator: "field1" || ' ' || "field2". Splitting the label in two lines is also possible by defining a line separator like /n. –  Andre Joost Jan 6 at 10:44
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