On sheet one, in the column column C I have cells which have characters separated by a space character (For example cell C3 looks like this: "L C"; cell C12 looks like this: "S BF54FR"). There are only a few cells which have more than three characters. The characters are separated by a space character. I would like the macro to do the following: take out each on of the character in put in the same row next column. (For example if in column C has the value: "L C" then in the same row column D should have the value "L" and column E should have the value "C". Or if column C was "S BF54FR" then column D should have the value "S" and column E "BF54FR".
I'm looking for a way to extract the data after the first space in a string to after the first set of numbers (always 8 digits). The formula I'm using is not accurate since the number of words that appears between the first space to the first set of numbers changes.
I am interested in some sort of macro or formula that will strip all of the characters in a cell that come after that last space. My difficulty lies in that the string isn't a constant character count nor is the string always the same.
American Legion Post 8754 Hartford YWCA Canton
I would like for it to say: American Legion Post 8754 YWCA
i have a list of customer codes each seperated by a space. In the column next to them i have a percentage. (see attached file before tab). I would like to be able to split the cell of customer codes and transpose them so that there is one cell per customer code with the appropriate % applied (please see attached file after example tab).
At the minute a manual process is completed of sorting in length order, using the text to column function then copy paste and transpose, then copy the % in. Its quite manual process, is there an easier way?
I am trying to split a string into separate cells. I have managed to generate the formula for the description and first dlr value in the string but I am have trouble figuring out how to build functions for the rest of the string.
I have a spreadsheet which has "Employee: [agent 1 name]" in column A and it may or may not have the word "Break" in the same column before it mentions "Employee: [agent 2 name]". The amount of data between agent 1 and agent 2 varies and am needing code which will insert a row above "Employee: [agent 2 name]" if "Break" is not found, and add the word "Break" in column A on the inserted row. I would need this to loop through the spreadsheet until all 100+ agents have been searched.
I'm also needing this done for the word "Meeting" and would insert a row 2 rows above the next agent.
I'm using a userform to create a new sheet. The form already creates the sheet and names it what was typed into the userform. Now I want it to place that variable in a cell along with a string. the following code will place the variable from the form (tbname) into cell b5.
problem with Excel and I have no idea how to solve it. Hmm, how do I explain this? Someone is giving me data pulled from a server in an Excel format. I have a column that has a series of entries.
Blank Entry 1 Entry 2 Entry 3 Entry 4 Entry 5
However, sometimes there's an entry or two missing. So it'll look like this:
Blank Entry 1 Entry 2 Entry 4 Entry 5
Is there anyway to tell Excel to say "Hey there's an entry missing here," and have it insert a row with the missing entry value? I do not work in Excel ever but people around here do, in case someone has some advice. I already asked the guy if he could just server me the data formatted correctly, and -- of course -- he can't/won't.