I know I can use text to columns to do this. I have horse results listed in column A as follows 3.5L (i.e. 3.5 lengths), 4L and so on. Every number ends with an L. I want a formula in column O that just gives me the number as below:
florida golf found 4 time(s) in 21 Title words (Density: 38.10%) florida golf found 7 time(s) in 25 Meta Description words (Density: 56.00%) florida golf found 8 time(s) in 49 Meta Keywords words (Density: 32.65%) florida golf found 2 time(s) in 18 Heading(s) words (Density: 22.22%) florida golf found 18 time(s) in 191 Alt tag(s) words (Density: 18.85%) florida golf found 14 time(s) in 470 Linktext words (Density: 5.96%) florida golf found 5 time(s) in 210 Bold text words (Density: 4.76%)
I need to separate these lines into columns such that, for example, the first line would be in 6 columns: (Jackson, TN) (9623) (BCBS TN) (98) (UnitedHlthCare) (2)
The delimiter does not work because some of there is no one character that always separates the text and the numbers. I've tried going through in word and typing something like '%' where I want to separate, but with thousands of lines of data that is extremely tedious.
Is there any formula I can use that would be capable of solving this?
I have a phone list set up as LastName, FirstName PhNum all in a single column. The problem is, some last names have a space, some phone numbers are in the xxx-xxx-xxxx format while others are just an extension like xxxxx.
Example: Smith, John 519-123-4567 Van Smit, Joe 12345
What can I use in a formula to extract the numbers so that I can end up with 2 columns, one with names, the other with numbers.
I receive an extraction from AutoCAD that lists the electrical devices in a drawing. I don't have any problems extracting the letters. I have a problem extracting the device number and the device number extension.
The device label extraction is similar to this: DCM1005-1 DCM1005-10 DCM1005A MTR1005-1 MTR1005-10 MTR1005A
I want to create 3 columns from the device label: (I separated the column with commas) A1, B1, C1, D1 DCM1005-1, DCM, 1005, 1 DCM1005-10, DCM, 1005, 10 DCM1005A, DCM, 1005, A MTR1005-1, MTR, 1005, 1 MTR1005-10, MTR, 1005, 10 MTR1005A, MTR, 1005, A
I need a formula that calculates the values of 5 seperate cells located in different places throughout my sheet. The value will either be numerical or display a text value (normally "RD"). If it displays text I do not want that value counted. So it literally just totals the number values.
Can numbers and text be included in the same cell and still have the number be included in the total in a formula in another cell? Or must a cell only have numeric values for it to be seen/included in a formula's total value.
I'm trying to create a database that totals materials for a construction project. I want to display the number of doors for a house in a row of cells and have the all the doors totaled in the last cell. This I have no trouble doing.
The problem arises when I want to add some text information about the style of each door in the same cell that the number of doors is shown. As soon as text information is added to a cell that has numeric information, that cells numeric information is not included in the final total in the last cell in the row.
I resorted to using comments instead, but, when the are made visible on the spreadsheet, they don't seem to lock to a relative position regarding the cell they're attached to. For instance, if I widen columns or make any significant spatial changes to the spreadsheet, the comments don't move with the changes.
There may be a way to lock comments to stay in a relative position regarding the cell they're attached to. And if that's the only way to make comments for the items in each cell stay with the cell, then I'll have to use that method. But I'd rather not have to use the comments function at all.
I'd much rather be able to have numbers and text be in the same cell, and still have the number value of that cell be included in a formula total at the end of a row of numeric information.
Example: (In this example separate cells that include both numeric values and text are indicated by parenthesis. The final cell that has the formula that totals the numeric information in the separate cells is indicated by brackets)