I am attempting to utilize the Mid, Left, and Right functions to parse out data returned in a single cell. There are twelve months of data returned with the "title" listed after. I would like to be able to FIND the title and return a specific number of characters of data to the LEFT not the right (as Mid seems to do).
StrMnthYear = Trim(Left(Range("A1"), _ InStr(1, Range("A1"), " ", vbTextCompare) + 4)) MsgBox StrMnthYear End Sub
I have a column of cells likes: 5/5058 Jack Daniels 5/29AA Crown Royal
I want to delete everything to the left of the first space. So it will look like: Jack Daniels Crown Royal
It has to be vba though. I have done alot of trim in just formulas but this is first time in VBA. The above code is one I found by searching but not sure what to do to modify it. This will be for range AM2:AM2000
I'm looking for a formula that pulls the text from a cell unti it hits a space. I'm using the formula below but keep getting #VALUE results. B1: =LEFT(A1,FIND(",",A1,1)). I know it's not that hard but can't figure it out.
I'm looking for a way to split a cell with text into two cells. The first cell can only contain up to 40 characters, the rest needs to go in the second cell. However, I don't want the text to be split in the middle of a word. So basically, if the text is in cell A1, I need to find the closest space to the left of position 40 in A1, and move anything to the right of this position to B1. Example:
Original text: A1: One green apple and a bucket of small onions that smell nice
I want to avoid this: A1: One green apple and a bucket of small on B1: ions that smell nice
I want to achieve this: A1: One green apple and a bucket of small B1: onions that smell nice
I am looking a macro which should perform below activities
I have a lists of suppliers which needs to cleansed....
1.replace all the special characters with a space
2.replace Corporation with Corp Incorporation with Inc Limited with Ltd Limited partnership/ltd partnership with LP Company with Co ASSC/ASSOC with ASSOCIATION/ASSOCIATES (SEARCH SUPPLIER IN GOOGLE FOR THE CORRECT ONE) MGNT with MANAGEMENT SVCS with SERVICES DEPT with DEPARTMENT Unltd with UNLIMITED Ctr with CENTER UNIV with UNIVERSITY
3. Remove any text, Special characters and numbers after INC,CO, LTD, CORP,LLP, LLC
The macro should when I select any particular column... not restricted to column A
I want to write a macro that will check every selected cell. It should detect if there is a space after the fourth character. If there is a space, go to the next selected cell. If there is no space, add a space and go to the next selected cell.
I want to remove the front zero(s) from the front and put a space before the last two letters for the following column of data in Excel:
0001MG 0020MG 0100MG 1000MG
Final result will have this format and the data are right aligned. 1 MG 20 MG 100 MG 1000 MG
The numbers can vary (e.g. 0150MG, 0025MG,etc.) but the arrangement is always the same: four figures for the first 4 characters and two letters for the last two characters. The format of the cells containing the data is: “General”
My table has 7 columns and these data are in the 5th column in a worksheet called “ProductSummary”. The number of rows for the records can vary from 10 to over a couple of hundred.
How can I use VBA to: 1) automatically select the table range in that worksheet and reformat all the data in the 5th column.
I have a series of alpha numerics items in Cells A1:A999 (i.e AB0001 to AB0999). I need to be able to perform a search the range (A1:A999), and extract items that do not conform to the standard AB prefix. Example, an item of BC0001 could be present in the range. I would need to have that item, either highlighted or displayed in a different column.
I am looking to write a formula in an excell cell to veiw some of the wording in another cell. I know how to say that i want to see the first or last "x" characters in a cell.. But how do i say that i want to see all the info/wording in a cell except the last "x" characters..
I am trying to extract the last substring in some text that I have. see below for example.
12/30-12/31 Bob Dylan 40.25
I need to extract the 40.25 out. Every line item may be different but the number I am extracting is always after the last space. I tried using mid and find but this doesn't work well when there is more than 1 space in the text.
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 need VBA coding that starts in a cell, moves 5 columns to the left, and then copies the left 8 characters of the string. The Macro should end there, but I'm hoping to be able to then paste those 8 characters elsewhere, say a different programme or web page.
I can move the cell no problem: ActiveCell.Offset(0, -5).Select
But how to then copy those left 8 characters so it stays in the clipboard at the end of the macro?
The formula needs to be non-cell specific, i.e. I need to use the above selection and NOT a cell name such as A5 etc.
I am using (in Column "B") the formula: =IF(A2=A3."",1), copied down as required, to uniquely identify entries in Column "A". In this instance "10", "10A", "10B" and "10C" located in "A5" through "A11" are viewed as the same. Is it possible to have the formula recognize the enties in "A5:A11" as a unique entry and therfore have "1" entered into cell "B11"? The suffix, if used will always be A thorugh Z.