# How To Seperate Small Letters And Big Letters

Mar 9, 2009how can I seperate small and big letters from one collumn, example:

NAME

name

NAME

NAME

name

name

how can I seperate small and big letters from one collumn, example:

NAME

name

NAME

NAME

name

name

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I just want to conditionally format some columns with different colours. The problem is that I have some cells that have the value 'a' and others that have 'A'. These should be different colours, but I can't seem to get Excel to detect between the two forms.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have 1000s of rows of data wherein there is no space or full stop once the sentence ends and a new one starts. For example,

Original text: Bob is a boyJanice is a girl.

What I want: Bob is a boy. Janice is a girl.

i have a list of 2000 fields which have the same format IE "AB10014"

I need to remove the "AB" from every field and leave the #.

Besides putting a space and running text to columns I'm not sure how.

I have words in cell range (i.e. A1:A1000) and I want them to became upper letters.

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I have a column of cells, some blank, some containing just numbers, some containing just letters, some containing numbers preceded by the the letter 'p'

E.g.

frt

34.2

36

p34.5

In the cells containing the number preceded by the 'p' - i would like to remove the 'p' leaving just the number, with all other cells remaining unchanged.

Is there a VBA command to get the letters, instead of the numbers, of the column of a selected cell?

I have to letter a list whihc means setting up a loop using character codes.

I may have to go into double letters so I am working on how I would set up the loop for if and when it gets past 90 and starts on double letters. so far the highest is the letter "U"

of course the easiest would be to pick up a column value as a letter

NT values do not get a number

A_____ _____NT###

B_____1_______C####

C_____2_______RMK###

D____ _______NT####

i am guessing the loop might involve some arithmetic test between the count and the character set 65-90. or maybe a mod thing.

Tallying entires from a PDF into excel. Such that

c=1000

d=15000

e=50000

f=100000

g=250000

h=500000

i=1000000

j=5000000

k=2500000

l=50000000

In a cell I would like to type =c+d+c for example and have it say 17,000 rather then me having to type in =1000+15000+1000.

I would like to create a column with letters from alphabet in a sequence. If I write A and in cell below I put B then highlight the two cells and drag down I get a repetition of A and B. How do I get the following alphabet letters ie. C,D, E etc.?

View 7 Replies View RelatedI created this data worksheet with many tabs and multiple users. On the main tab, something weird has happened and I have no clue how it happened or how to fix it....

View 5 Replies View RelatedI am basically looking for a method to fill in information through VBA in excel into a 2-D grid. Ideally I would like this to work but it does not.

View 14 Replies View RelatedI need to average the following row of letters. Is it possible?

A B D C C C C A B D A A A A A = AVERAGE OF THIS ROW (IE B)

I have a column of domains.

I need to add "http://" to the beginning of these domains. How can I do this?

EX. I have column A with about 27 cells of domains "website.com". I want to add the "http://" to the front of them.

Using =column() in cell A1 returns "1" as column A is column 1 with b being 2 etc.

How can I get it to return "A".

I have a validation drop down box type thing... when I select the drop down, the lower-most option is highlighted as a default. How do I make it so that the upper-most option is highlighted first?

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have a few columns of letters (ranging from A to Z) - onyl one letter per cell. I need to be able to deduct them such that they result in a numeric difference (ie D-B=2, D-A=3). Is there any way this can be done in VBA? (The actual columns are in a word table, so would be great if there was a VBA way to do this, not an excel function).

View 6 Replies View RelatedHow would i extract the first 3 letters of the first 2 words in a cell?

the cell may have 1 to many words in it.

I would like to exclude words like of and the...

i.e. the univeristy of washington should be uniwas

This formula will add up the letters D,N,H with one value

Like =SUM(COUNTIF(B4:AZ4,{"D","N","H"}))*12 will =36

How can I add bN =17 bmN =19 bD=24

=SUM(COUNTIF(B4:AZ4,{"bN","bmN","bD"})) to add up to 60

IS there a formula to add the letters PR to the end of each number in a column.

View 3 Replies View RelatedIm looking for a way to check what a workbook name starts with

What is the code if i want to do that. Is there is examples. What should i google after

I want to check if the first 4 letters in the string is equel to example "JVIT"

I'd like a function that converts a letter to a numerical value and returns a mean score for those values over a range. The values for each letter are:

A*100

A90

B70

C50

D40

E30

F20

G10

U0

So in the range G4:AB4 there could be 3 letters (G4:I4)

A* F E - their numerical equivalents in the table above = 100 + 20 + 30 = 150. The mean score for this range and expected output = 50 (150/3)

I have enclosed a sample spreadsheet. The range of grades that needs calculating is G4:AB4. Expected output should be in AC4.

I'd like to sum the following, ignoring F.O.Cs

7,500.00

2,250.00

F.O.C

=?

and also auto compute rows with F.O.Cs (each in different cells)

QTY---Unit Price---Total

5---------6---------30

2-------F.O.C-----F.O.C

I'm working on a function that will sum a row of cells containing letters and numbers. I am currently using :

=SUMPRODUCT((0&SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(B5:S5,"T",""),"TP",""),"TPE",""),"P",""))+0) as my base.

Right now the formula will work with T, TP, and P; however as soon as I type TPE I get #value.

Either way you get the point of what I am trying to do, however my cells can contain any one of the following combinations:

T,TP,TPE

P,PE,

E

In column A I have the following numbers

13710

14782H

9827

14782

14206B

a formula that looks at this range of cells and returns only the cells that have a letter at the end. The letter range goes A to M

I am a school teacher trying to adjust my tracking sheet to calculate pupils levels. I am looking for 2 potential formulas that will do the following.

1 - In cell AE I would like to generate a formula that will take the data entered in cells J:5, L:5, N:5, P:5, R:5, T:5, V:5, X:5, Z:5, AB:5 and AD:5 and give an average level.

2 - In cell AH is it possible to generate a formula that will calculate how many levels of progress the pupils are making - In other words I need Cell I to be calculated against cell J to see how much progress the pupils are making - for example if in cell I:5, a pupil is was given a 3a, and then in cell J:5 is given a 4b, they will have made 2 sub levels of progress. As well as this, can that progress then be averaged out across cells I:5, K:5, L:5, M:5, O:5, Q:5, S:5, U:5, W:5, Y:5, AA:5 and AC:5 to give an overall number of of levels of progress? An then..... can I colour co-ordinate the cell so that if the pupils are making 3 or more sub levels of progress it turns green, 2 sub levels orange and 1 sub level red?

Levels work like this

3c

3b

3a

4c

4b

4a

5c

5b

5a and so on

I have a sheet which basically does this:

If A9 is blank, return 'A9', if not, return 'blank'. (to identify which cells are populated on another sheet)

It does this from A9 to X9.

Then in A10, if A9 says 'A9', just return 'A'.

So the end result has the entire A10 Row with all the letters that aren't blank. In my sheet, I have the following:

A10 = A

K10 = K

N10 = N

P10 = P

Q10 = Q

What I want is to have cell A11 to return (for example) = A, K, N, P, Q - as they are the only values found.

Is that possible without using a macro?

i want to convert numbers to letters in the excel Sheet

I.E: when the number is 1000.00$ it write in another cell

on thousand dollar only

1500.00$ one thousand five hundred dollar only

I need to limit the number of letters that a person can write in a given cell.

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