I currently have a large amount of data extracted from a performance tracking system. The columns I am concerned with are Page Title and Time (the time it takes the system to navigate to the this page).
I am trying to create a dashboard to show:
Webpage Title (each unique instance of the webpage)Aggregate Time (total time it takes for all instances)# of Hits (Each time the value appears in the data)Average Time (this formula I can handle; Aggregate Time/# of Hits)
The major issue is that the webpage is extracted as XYZ001 -- PAGE1, XYZ439 -- PAGE2, XYZ854 -- PAGE1, etc. Basically, I am only concerned with what comes after the --.
Here is an example of the two tabs.
Page Title Aggregate Time # of Hits Avg. Time PAGE1
Basically, I am looking for a formula that says,
For any instance in the Page Title column that contains PAGE3, add the amount in the Time column (i.e., 1.2 +.5).
I need to pull a specific word from a string of text in a cell and have that word shown in an adjacant cell. For example A1 will contain the text "Smith Sun Alliance Pension Fund" I need B2 to show "Pension". I cannot use any filtering or text to columns as the word Pension can be anywhere within the text in A1 and I have thousands of entries. So I need a function.
I have a worksheet with over 10,000 records. The column that lists where a person is willing to relocate can have up to 60 city/state entries in one cell.
Here is an example of what appears in one cell - this is exactly how it appears:
ASAI Los Angeles (XX , CA DFO Pacific (XX ONLY), CA DFO Pacific Area Analyst Laguna Niguel (XX ONLY), CA SAI Los Angeles (XX ONLY), CA Ldr Los Angeles El Segundo POD (XX ONLY), CA Ldr Los Angeles Long Beach POD (XX ONLY), CA Ldr Los Angeles POD (XX ONLY), CA Senior Ldr (XXXX) Washington (XX ONLY), DC
What I need to do is be able to sort on city and state, so I wanted to be able to extract and separate the city and state. I tried using a find/replace (CTRL J) to enter a semicolon between each entry and thought I could do text to columns to separate, but that doesn't work.
How I could extract this information? Notice that the first entry is missing ) - that is throughout the records.
I have to sort list of thousands name (3000 names) and remove duplicates. My problem is majority of the names have their title (i.e) Prof. Dr. Ir. Sir. etc typed in, so I need to copy the title in different cell and have their name only. Here's what I expect:
Current List ----> Column A -->Column B Drs. H. A. Andrew Boston, MRE. ----> Drs. H. --> Andrew Boston, MRE Drs. H. Andrew Smith ----> Drs. H. --> Andrew Smith H. Abd. Mohammed Junus ----> H. --> Abd. Mohammed Junus Prof. DR. Jane Doe, MD ----> Prof. D --> Jane Doe, MD Prof. DR. Ir. H. Randy Wong, MBA --->Prof. DR. Ir. H. -> Randy Wong, MBA Dra. H. A. Karen Patel ----> Dra. H. --> Karen Patel Drs. H. A. M. Kangkong ----> Drs. H. A. --> M. Kangkong Prof. Drs. H. A. Kareem Saleh, Ph.D -> Prof. Drs. H. A. ->Kareem Saleh, Ph.D Dra. Hj. Nina Schorder ----> Dra. Hj. --> Nina Schorder Ir. Abdul Jabbar ----> Ir. --> Abdul Jabbar
I have a built a catalogue of records for various of my companies assets. Each asset has its own sheet in a work book and I have used a vb macro to include an automatic Index sheet at the front of the book. This takes the names of the various tabs, in the order I have them in the workbook and creates a simple listing in column A as an Index List
What I want to do is to build a summary table to the right of the Index List, pulling in a few of the key data points about the assets into a single table.
To do that I need to be able to extract the text string from the Index List and use it to form part of a cell reference pointing to a specific cell in the relevant individual Asset sheets.
I want to return the 7 letters of text that appears after the word Timer in cell A1. So cell A1 will be a sentence with the word Timer in it somewhere and I want to return the 7 characters after it appears.
I am having trouble getting my IF statement to test if the cell contains the text "sale" return "X" if not "Y". I need it to search through the text string in that cell and find a certain word, and if it finds that word, retrn a value. I am really having difficulty with is what symbol or function do I use for the logical test? (i.e. =, <>, MATCH, INDEX?)
I have a set of task descriptions that I am attempting to trend on. Some of these (Column B) have the customer's name added to the description; others do not. I need to be able to make a list of task names (ColumnA), removing the name from the text string.
The formula I am using is [=LEFT(B3,FIND("for",B3)-2)].
The problem I am having is when the description does not contain the "for" built into the formula, I get "VALUE" error. What adjustment can I make to the formula to pull over the Description if the "for" does not appear in the text string?
An original text string entry appearing in an Excel cell would be:
"N7C Neuroprotective J5Z Antiviral, other M2Z Antiarthritic, other J5A Antiviral, anti-HIV"
I need to extract N7C, J5Z, M2Z and J5A from this string and list these alphanumeric values in separate cells adjacent to the original text string. The challenge is that these alphanumeric references may appear in different positions within the original string with no fixed value e.g. a "," separating them. The alphanumeric references may also be 3 or 4 characters in length and there may be different numbers of alphanumeric references in the original string.
Another example would be (very different from the first):
"T2Z Recombinant, other K5B Radio-chemoprotective J3Z Antibacterial, other D3A Vulnerary A10C Symptomatic antidiabetic K6Z Anticancer, other R8A Antiasthma B6A Septic shock treatment I1Z Immunostimulant, other S1Z Ophthalmological R8B Antiallergic, non-asthma M1A1 Anti-inflammatory"
You can see that in this further example "A10C" & "M1A1" are 4 character alphanumeric strings wheras the others feature 3 characters.
A1: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield and Shawn Coyne (Nov 11, 2011) - Kindle eBook A2: Do the Work by Steven Pressfield (Apr 20, 2011) - Kindle eBook A3: How to Get the Raise You Want in 90 Days or Less: A Step-by-step Plan for Making It Happen by Kathy M. Barnes and Robyn Feldberg (Jan 30, 2009) - Kindle eBook (Note: This cell (A3) have "by" 2 times)
I want to extract text from RIGHT till the word "by"
So the result must be: B1: by Steven Pressfield and Shawn Coyne (Nov 11, 2011) - Kindle eBook B2: by Steven Pressfield (Apr 20, 2011) - Kindle eBook B3: by Kathy M. Barnes and Robyn Feldberg (Jan 30, 2009) - Kindle eBook
I need to be able extract a string from within a longer string. The information I want will always start 5 chracters in and be bordered by an underscore either side, but could be of any length. For example in the following string, I would want to extract WF602.
Is there a relatively simple excel function which will extract the end of a text string. The end has two or three full stops / periods so I would like to count back three to six or more characters and use the full stops as 'cut off points' by passing other full stops?
I paste new data into a sheet of a monthly report I prepare. For this sheet, the # of data rows change (and is unpredictable) every month. I need the value inside a specific cell that dynamcially moves up and down based on the # of rows for that month (because it's below the rows of data).
So I made a formula to identify the exact cell # every month.
This month the exact cell is F255 in the "Refi" sheet.
So my formula in the "Summary" sheet cell A1 first finds the cell row # only (255) and since it's always column F, in B1 I have
VB: ="F" & (A1)
This outputs "F255" in B1, successfully identifying the target cell.
Now how do I write a formula in C1 to grab the value from whatever cell is named in B1. (For this month, the value in cell F255 from the "Refi" sheet)
Below is a sample of data I need to extract the 8 digit number:
WO_32092_56228491_575482-113476-WP55 WO_32092_56228491_115130-WP55 WO_32092_56228491_115116-115118/115117-WP55 WO_32092_56228491_291881-318903-WP55 WO_259_56748761 WO_13895_52245652COUNTYRDN-30 WO_17368_51421730-A-ADDPOLEINFIELD WO_17368_50885431-A-ADDMISSINGPOLE WO_11021_52350485brock3377 In a spreadsheet, I had set up three columns where:
A: removed first three characters. WO_32092_56228491_115130-WP55 to 32092_56228491_115130-WP55 B: removed up to the _ . 32092_56228491_115130-WP55 to 56228491_115130-WP55 C: captured the first 8 characters left. 56228491_115130-WP55 to 56228491
I am pulling the data into Excel via an ODBC where there is thousands of rows of data. The three column process puts a tremendous strain on the processor.
Is there a formula that will extract the 8 character number without a three step process?
I have several lines with text strings containting three numbers in each line. I need a code to extract all three numbers from each text string. The numbers can be placed on the following columns in each row.