I'm working on a sheet with about 10,000 rows and 8 columns worth of data. Most of them are formatted as 12345,12345,12345,23456 how they are supposed to be, but some of them will have spaces inbetween each sequence, or some even a couple spaces, or spaces at the end. For the most part I can use the replacement function with ", " to "," but some of the double spaces throw it off, and end spaces also. Is there a macro that can just search through the selected cells I pick to just remove all spaces so the data falls back onto the commas?
I've created some macros in Excel 2010 which I've added to the Quick Access Toolbar and want to show them using some of my own icons rather than the ones that show when you click the 'Browse' button. There is no option to navigate to any other location.
Is it possible to access icons other than the set provided?
I need to check, if in A1:BU1 are any duplicate words. All the formulas I found deal with finding duplicates downward (like A1:A1000). Have not seen any formula which works across (from left to right)
Is there an easy way in Excel 2010 either to tag/ and -or remove the duplicate which I could apply and then just copy downward? The formula must work from left to right, because many words repeat downward.
With Excel 2010 a yellow warning bar is shown when opening a file with data connection. I don't want to show this warning to other users who will be opening the file, especially when they won't be able to update anything since the original data is on my computer. The logical way would be to remove or disable the connections before sending the file out. But when removing the data connections through Connection window all the pivot tables are converted to static tables, which is not acceptable. Is there any other solution to this? Maybe use a macro?
PS: I know that these warnings can be turned off though Trust Center, but I am not interested in changing these settings for other users.
Using Excel 10, Win 7, a User Form with list box control, I only need one column about 7 characters long. (At this point my horizontal scroll bar is taking up more room than the list box window so I'd really like to lose it). I don't see any property options for scroll bars to set.
I have a list that I need to move to another column without spaces. I have it moving without spaces but it is only one item over and over again. I am using Excel 2010 and that may be my issue. I have attached the exact worksheet and formula.
I am using Excel 2007. I have pasted my code below. It works fine unless it has a space, in which case it inserts %20. In this case, sRange2 = ActiveSheet.Range("E11") will always have a space in it since this is where i store a job's name.
Sub Macro1() Dim sRange1 As String Dim sRange2 As String Dim sRange3 As String Dim sRange4 As String Dim sFullPath As String
I have a cel that has about 100,000 phone numbers and at the end of some and before sum, there are spaces added to end. is there a formula, or a way to take everything away except for the 10 digit number?
I am trying to remove spaces in front of a number (currently formatted as text)
I have tried "Text to Columns", "Trim", and other suggestions in previously threads.
I have copied bank statement amounts from an e-mail and the $ amounts have one Space in front of them. When I use the Trim function, and then a paste special, I still cannot get rid of the space, and so cannot add up the amounts in this column.
*7 Dec 2007*DEPOSIT*3,917.63 *7 Dec 2007*DEPOSIT*1,890.58
I am trying to send bulk emails from my excel 2010 - however I am getting a POP UP. find the screen shot in the enclosed word document So every time a new mail is sent from excel we need to press the button allow Is there a way where I can turn off this warning.
I need VBA to remove all punctuation and spaces from cells. What I want is to do this from the same columns every spreadhseet that I open and when it gets to row 700 to stop. So I guess a range for this example could be A1:B700.
I have an excel file with two sheets . One containing the updated prices with its code ( Sheet1) and the other containing the old prices with the same codes (sheet2). Now after several trials to copy the new prices from sheet 1 to sheet 2 with check if the code is same . ( I couldn't )
So how to get rid of the 20 spaces from Sheet1 column A.
I have written a function which works in the same way as the concatenate formula but where required it uses an underscore to make up the length (14 Characters) of the result. I seem however to have hit a minor snag when users input trailing spaces. I thought I could use trim to eliminate them but it doesnt seem to be working
Function HypCon(CorpAcct, Subdiv)
Dim n, i, iLen, iLen2 As Integer Dim sCorpAcct, sSubdiv As String Dim iLen3, iLen4 As Integer iLen = Len(Trim(CorpAcct)) iLen2 = 7 iLen3 = Len(Trim(Subdiv)) iLen4 = 5..............
I'm trying to use the SUBSTITUTE function to remove spaces from my cells in column A. The trouble is My formula is removing all the spaces from the cell. My formula is: SUBSTITUTE(A1," ","")
I do however have many cells that contain a space between characters 5 and 7 and spaces at the end of the cell which have been padded out to 15 characters long.Its only the spaces at the end of the cells I need to remove.
I have a macro that I run after selecting a column which removes spaces. However, it processes all 65536 rows and I only want it to process the cells with values. I need to enter into an input a column and then it just removes spaces from the cells with values
Sub NoSpaces() Dim c As Range For Each c In Selection.Cells c = Replace(c, " ", "") Next End Sub