How To Extract A String Within Brackets Repeatedly
Dec 11, 2008
I have the following information in a cell. I want to get the exchange:ticker which is inside the brackets to be returned (coma delimited). How can I do this? One thing to note here that the number of companies in the cell can vary
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (CATS:BBVA); Banco Santander, S.A. (CATS:SAN); Banesto Banco Espanol de Credito SA (CATS:BTO); Banco Popular Espanol SA (CATS:POP); Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid; La Caixa Group, Asset Management Arm
I am importing into Excel a list of contacts from a txt file so I can make a mailing label database. I am able to seperate out the various parts of the address just fine but here's where it gets tricky.
Below is a example of the text I am importing: Mr Dow Jones, 600 DIXON ROAD, TORONTO, ON M9W 1J1, CANADA (1-416-6757611)
I need Excel to look at the cell containing the country name and: 1st. see if there is a phone number present (this is the numbers between the () and if there is - place the phone number in Cell F1 and place the Country in Cell E1 but strip out both the () and the phone number. If there is no phone number present (and therefore no () I need Excel to go ahead and place the country name in E1
I can't use the "" sign as delimiter to separate them into different columns because the age,city,name and height fields are in random positions on different cells.The good thing is person's name will always come after "name" string, age is alwals followed by "age" string, so it cannot be like nameheight40Michigan180
I think the following would be the easiest method(not for me tho).If on B1 I had a formula that said "find the string "name" and write anything after it until you reach the next "" character".On C1 field I could have a formula "find the string "age" and write anything after it until you reach the next "" character.On D1 I would have the same for "height" string,then on E1 for city string.
My question is somewhat similar to this one Extract A String Between Two Characters
Formula which outputs the data between 3rd and 4th instances of the "_" character.Can we substitute "3rd and 4th" with a specific strings like "age" or "height" ?
I have a problems here. The problems is attached in the file. I wanna extract alpha/char from a string. Example: I wanna extract the words "(M)" with the bracket from the string "Toothbrush (M)" in column A. After extracting the (M) out, I wanna do a validation to compare the (M) in column B with another data in column C, if the (M) is same as the data called "Medium" in column c, the validation will return "Match" in the column d!
I have a list of names in a data set like the examle below. I would like to be able to isolate the last name so I can match the data in this data set with a data set with additional information. The only common set of data I have is the first and last names.
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.
What I want to do is extract the date only from a string of text in a cell and put it in the cell next to it. The date is not alway in the same position within the text string and although similiar, the text string can differ. There are around 6000 lines in the sheet, I've pasted 4 as an example below.
THE BIG COMPANY LTD 15312178 COLLECTION 14.12.09 The Small Company Ltd 19073864 COLLECTION DATE 17/05/10 511438 511437 511436 ORD LE The Medium Size Company 19080948 COLLECTING WEDS 26/05/10 The Very Good Company 19149554 COLL DATE:28.06.2010 175 PEA PARK ROAD Z7 9AB
I have a file which contains one field showing all of the changes to our data. It shows the Field Name followed by a colon: then the Before value followed by a line | then the After value. If multiple fields changed then they are separated by a semicolon;.
I am interest in extracting the Before and After values for changes to the MP.COST field only. Here are examples of the data:
I wanted to return the second number in a string such as this:"0 of 0 jobs ... View all jobs"
The following worked perfectly:=MID(U3,FIND("f", U3)+1,LEN(U3)-FIND("f", U3)-23)
Until this line came up:"1 of 1 job ... View all jobs"
Obviously the "jobs" changed to "job" because of there being only 1, so the "-23" no longer worked. I need this to get the second number out of the string and it can change because the data is being refreshed from a website so it could easily change from one line to another.
I have the following string of text and need to find a way to extract the address and city (separated)
Paste!A2 = 000-0000-0000 12-Mar-13 0.00 12-Mar-13 100.00- J Doe 1111 Excel Rd Vancouver BC 000.00 W Paste!A3 = 000-0000-0000 12-Mar-13 0.00 12-Mar-13 100.00- J Doe 111-2222 Random Ave Calgary AB 000.00 W
The spaces separating the name address and City do change so i have not been successful using a simple Mid/right/left Find formula. Also the street addresses can include a unit # as shown in the text string above. I am honestly at a loss
End results would of course be:
G2 = 1111 Excel Rd G3 = 111-2222 Random Ave H2 = Vancouver BC H3 = Calgary AB
It's for listing items to eBay. Ink Toners to be precise, the macro I have creates everything I need for a listing with a few msg prompts and importing data from another sheet. Saves me hours of work. Each cartridge has a Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow. The macro works fine for cartridge sets that go under one name. E.g: Brother TN325 Black, TN325 Cyan, TN325 Yellow... etc.
I've run into an issue with some cartridges which have different names: HP C530a Black, C531a Cyan, C532a Yellow...
I set the macro up to deal with different number, by removing the last character of the "tonername" string "C530", then replacing it with "C531".. etc.
What I haven't factored in is the ones with an A on the end. I need a way to tell it to ignore the a if there is one.
To make it clear, I will be inputting the text: C530a From this, I need to create 3 more strings: C531a, c532a and C533a
Here's the snippet of code I'm using to achieve what I'm already doing.
I have a column that has various codes such as "E123" and "X456" and "S345". I just want to extract the numbers and leave the letters in each cell. How do you write a formula using the LEFT function to extract the last three numbers?