Here's what I'd like to accomplish: For each row that contains a URL that ends with a / I would like to remove it. If I use the find/replace feature, it would remove all /'s, which I don't want since a good majority of the URL's contain the /'s in various parts of the URL, such as in the example above. I'd also like to accomplish adding a / to the end of every URL for a list that does not have the /'s at the end.
I'm looking for a quicker way to take a list of numbers and adding commas, then putting them in the same cell so I can input them into a web database much faster. I can do it long hand by using concatenate first on the list to add commas to each cell, then making another concatenate to put them all in one cell, but doing the latter takes quite a while because of having to input each cell into the formula. Is there a way I can combine the 2 into a macro to accomodate for any length of cells?
Example, I have this list
12 13 14 15 16 17
As my list of numbers, and I need it to look like this in one cell:
I was able to get rid of the weird character  with the =CLEAN(E11), where E11 had the problem character. but now where the  used to be between to words the 2 words just show as 1. Example If the bad cell was justtest the clean cell has justtest without a space between the 2 words. Since the spreadsheet is about 8,000 cells and has random  characters is it possible to not just clean the bad characters, but add a space where they used to be all in one command?
I have got a list of numeric abbreviations, for instance 10739011/21/31/41. What it should really display are the numbers 10739011, 10739021, 10739031 and 10739041 (the first six figures stay the same). All the numbers in my list are 8 figures long. I want to change the list from the list seperated by the backward slash to the complete numbers. I have uploaded an example of the list with backward slash between the numbers. Is there a way that Excel can automatically change these numbers to the full numbers?
Because all the numbers are 8 figures long, I thought the first 6 figures of the 1st number can be copied and those 6 figures pasted before the other two figures after the backslash. Auto Merged Post Until 24 Hrs Passes;sorry, pressed OK too quickly. The problem is that there are sometimes 4 numbers in the cell, sometimes 6 and once three. I would like Excel to complete all the numbers in the cell and then move on to the cell underneath it and so on. Also, I would like each number to have it's own cell.
I have a cell which will contain SER01+SER02+SER03
and what i need it to contain is [SER01]+[SER02]+[SER03]
and shocker is i've got this to work for the first instance but not the other two
code as below... be grateful for your help
Sub measure1() Dim list As String, pos As Integer, refl As String, refr As String, newlist As String list = Cells(1472, 16).Value pos = InStr(list, "+") refl = Left(list, pos - 1) refr = Right(list, pos + 1) newlist = "[" & refl & "]" Cells(1472, 17) = newlist End Sub
I have a userform that I'm using to add data to a worksheet, with the following
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim OutSH As Worksheet Set OutSH = Sheets("Sheet1")
OutSH.Cells(nextrow2, 1).Value = Surname.Value OutSH.cells(nextrow2,2).value = ID.value OutSH.cells(nextrow2,3).value = Date.value ...... I need to ensure that duplicate entries are not made for the same person on the same date. The ID is unique to each person.
IF statement that can check for a duplicate and then come up with a dialouge box with some custom text, and then exiting the sub?
I would like to create an If Then statement in which the condition is based on if a string is a simple text or a formula. Some of my cells contain a formula and some contain simple text...and I would like to cycle through all of them- only do something different to them based on what the cell contains.
I'm adding some necessary code to the beginning and end of some cell contents in Format | Cells | Custom and I seem to be coming up against a character limit.
I'm using the phrase "!!<"@">!!" to add the code, but with some cell contents the result is ########### (but much longer), and I'm having to remove some of the text to make it work. The limit seems to be around 255 characters.
Length of cell contents (text) 32,767 characters. Only 1,024 display in a cell; all 32,767 display in the formula bar.
I have an Address Book from an old Personal Information Manager that exports the file as ASCII.
My problem is when I view the .asc file in Excel, Excel has created two rows for several entries.
That creates a problem as I wanted to select Column "A" then do Text to columns with a comma delimiter (the asc files has the comma in place) However, since Excel put in the second line, I'll not be able to put in a header column.
When I look at the .asc file there is no way that there is more than 32,767 characters in each row. So why did Excel split it up? ....
I have a whole bunch of dates in a column that look like this:
5/01/1998 when it is supposed to be 5/01/2098 is there a character you can use when you are using the find & replace mode i.e.
*/**/20** I know it is not the asterisk but I believe there is some other character that can be used and it won't change any other of the numbers except the 19. I tried reformating and it does'nt work because of the way they sent it to me.
I'm looking for some VBA code that would look at a column of data, look at each cell value in that column and if the cell value starts with the letter 'G' and the 5th character in that cell is not 'Z' or 'X' I would like to highlight that cell. Example:G123-123 would be highlighted whereas G123Z-123 would not.
I would like to get the nth character from a string. For example, let's say there is a string "jupiter", and I would like to get the 3rd character of this string, "p". Is there a function in excel vba that would allow me to do this?
We would like to tell it to copy the portion after the last forward slash and until the period and put it in another cell. In the above example it would give us sylvantropicalbirdi. We then would want to append a _t to it.
Is this possible or am I just wasting my time trying to figure it out?