Spaces after entries keep messing up my VLOOKUPS. I get a lot of data from other people and when they have entered the information in some of the entries have a space after the word which mess up the results of my vlookups. Is there an easy way of going through and removing spaces after a word? Not all the words have spaces after them.
How can I count the number of gaps (spaces) of a string? (Adding one we have number of words!). I need to save the position of each gap (space) on a array. How can I do it? With InStr()? The variable (string) that i'm working is GlbTargetRange.Value
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 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
In Column A, I have several rows of data. Some cells contain numbers and some contain text and some are blank. In Column C, I only want the numbers in Column A. I do not want the text and I cannot have any gaps in the column.
So for example:
Column A: row 1: 456 row 2: 789 row 3: text row 4: text row 5: 398 row 6: text row 7: blank row 8: 124
I am trying to do a vlookup. I receive a report that gives the data as hyperlinks. I run a macro to remove the hyperlinks. I'm then left with a name that i want to match using a vlookup to get other data. The names are Chinese characters. I have tried using trim and clean function but its still leaving a space after the name. If i fo in manually and delete the space at the end the vlookup works fine. How to remove the spaces? i have about 5000 rows.
I am doing a vlookup on fields such as 02-0223. In one table, there is a space at the end of 02-0223 and in the other table, there is no space. How can I delete the space so the numbers match in vlookup?
I use a program that can export data into Excel. For the most part, it works fine. except it doesn't correctly handle dates. For some reason, when it pastes a date into excel it includes 8 or 9 (depending if the month is 1 or 2 digits) spaces in front of the date which makes calculations with these dates impossible unless you go into each cell and delete the spaces (or do Find / Replace).
Is there a way I can create a non-VBA formula that will reference any one of these cells and some how identify what the date is & then that cell can be the date I can calc on? I.e., A1 is the date with the spaces in front, B2 is the cell that will reference A1 and produce, as the contents of B2, the date in A1. I can then use B2 in calculations.
Note: the month formats possible are: M/DD/YY (Jan. - Sept.) & MM/DD/YY (Oct. - Dec.). There are no other variations.
Any easy way to remove all spaces from a cell, both leading and trailing? I find it hard to believe that Excel doesn't have this functionality. I don't particulary want to write a VBA script since I have never done it but if that's the only way, I'd love to know how to write it. I have looked everywhere but obviously not in the right places.
I have a macro which opens one excel file, then copies the data into another, dead easy. However the first file is 'downloaded' from a bespoke package, where (for whatever reason) the package appends a number of spaces (" ") after data in one of the columns,
So sometimes the data will contain one, ten or more extra spaces (no telling how many) ie, it could look like "AB ", "AB ", or "AB " etc
Ideally What i need is a small bit of code that once the data has been imported to my sheet it can run and 'strip' extra spaces from the column, lets say column f, to leave all the data in this column to look like:
I am trying to get rid of the spaces at the beginning of text that is the result of a download from a reporting software package. I am using the Trim function but it does not work. It seems that it has something to do with the formatting. The first set of data of the download looks as follows: SalesSales BreakdownSolenaceousCucurbitsLargeSeedIf I overtype the text in exactly the same way (thus keeping the spaces at the beginning), the trim function works. But this is not a practical solution.
The type of the cells is "2". I have tried copying the data as values to a different workbook but this does not help either.