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I want to automatically create a text depending on what the other columns shows.
For example, if in A1 there is "Service", then G1='1'.
And if in B1 there is "True", then G1 = "11" (as in '1' + '1').

I hope this is understandable...

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You can try this in G1:

=if(regexmatch(A1,"Service"),1,)&if(regexmatch(A1,"True"),1,)

It checks for Service with regexmatch as a condition
If true > 1
If false > nothing
Same idea with Truethen it concatenates the two values with &

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You mention:

...automatically create a text...
...if in A1 there is "Service", then G1='1'. And if in B1 there is "True", then G1 = "11" (as in '1' + '1')

You do not clarify what the result should be when A1 is not "Service".

So assuming that "if A1 is not Service" you only want A1 returned, you could use

=IF(AND(U11=true,T11="Service"),IF(T11="Service","1",T11)&"-asd",IF(T11="Service","1",T11))

Of course you can change -asd to whatever you like. Your result would be 1-asd or 1ABX or even 11, 1342 etc.
(You have to remember though that a result like 11 or 1324 will look like a number but will actually be text)

Functions used:

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