I'm looking to insert a comma between letters and numbers like seen below using Windows 7 and Excel 2013. I'd prefer to do this through a formula and not a VBA script. I know this is easy to do if you know how many characters strings are going to be and the format stays consistent.

When using the PROPER function, it capitalizes the first letter in a text string and any other letters in text that follow any character other than a letter, and converts all other letters to lowercase.

However, if A1 contains the text "2-cent's worth"; then =PROPER(A1) will return the following result: "2-Cent'S Worth".

Is there a way to prevent the PROPER function from capitalizing the first letter following the apostrophe?

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.

i'm a complete excel novice, but i think this should be pretty easy for you guys...

i just bought a new satnav system after 4 years with tomtom...

anyway, to get the speed camera database to work with it, i must add a couple of commas at the end of each set of co-ordinates contained within the spreadsheet, like this:

therefore, what i need to do is make up a formula in excel to search for a double comma at the end of each set of co-ordinates and if it doesn't already have them, then it should insert them...

i'm guessing for anyone with excel experience, this should be pretty easy to solve...

I have many lines of text and I wondered if there is a formula so I can insert a comma before the first capital letter of each line? A small amount of text is below

leave on left Salter Road right Brunel Road

What i would like is there to be a comma before the first capital letter so it reads

I have a data set that I wish to look up the data from one column and if it is greater then 0 write it in another column separated by commas. Here is an example:

The data is dates that a service was provided and how many time that day it was done and not everyone gets the service on the same days. I would like to summarize the days of the month that service was provided not number of times into 1 cell.

A B C Row 1 November Row 2 1 5 15 Row 3 1 0 2 Row 4 0 1 3

November is in A3

If A2 is greater then 0 I want to write A1 A2 If A2 and A3 is greater then 0 I want to write A1 A2, A3 If A2 is 0 and B2 is greater then 0, I want to write A1 B2

I was wondering if there could be a way for a macro to Look at the column i have in this example and have it end up like the ends up with tab.

I start of with the "starts off with tab", and manually enter letters till i get the ends up with tab.

Basically the macro needs to look at the column and see where the yellow pointers are. From here it should Put letters in alphabetical order starting with A, ( once it hits Z it should go to AA, AB , just lik excel columns are named after Z ).

SO where ever the yellow box is , it should have a new letter in alphabetical order, everything below the yellow box till a new box will be that same letter.

MY example tab of the column finished should explain what i need and help clear any problems i presented here.

I need a formula (a VBA script won't work, as it also has to work in a google docs version) that concatenates numbers taken from a specific range in a single row with ", " in between, but only if 2 conditions in the particular column those numbers are in are matched.

Let's say, my numbers are in Row 1, from B1 to N1.

My conditional values are in Rows 5 and 6 respectively, also from B to N.

Values in Row 5 are text strings (Names of people), Values in Row 6 are Dates.

I want the numbers from Row 1 to be concatenated, but only if a particular Name and a date from a specific month are in the same column.

Row 1: 1 2 3 Row 5: Name Name Name Row 6: Date in Feb, Date in March, Date in March

Upon selection of a month and name in a dropdown cell menu, i want the output to look like this:

I need to list 4 digit numbers in each section followed by commas, but whatever I do it goes to 3digits (e.g. I need "1234,5678,9123" and as soon as I hit Enter it goes to "123,456,789,123"). It wont work to format as text because I have a whole bunch of 12 digit numbers to break up into 4.

I am using excel at the moment with a card playing program. using the excel sheet they provided the details of what cards are dealt are exported to the worksheet and there is a simple table like so

Player Cards ............................................................ Player 1/ 24, 27, 16 Player2/ 1, 5

The information is fed through one number at a time as the cards are dealt for a total of three rounds sometimes it is only two rounds and are delimited by a comma all in the same column. I would like if possible to have these numbers appear in separate columns. that is

Card 1 / Cards 2 / Card 3 Player 1 Player 2

IS this possible. briefly i want this to happen so I can use the Vlookup function as the numbers that come through each stand for a card value but using Vlookup only the first number works and the following return an NA value as it is impossible as far as I know to have every possible combination represented in a table . If there is a way of tweaking Vlookup so it recognises the comma delimiter and in the vlookup column it will show all converted numbers then i'm all ears otherwise any help on how to split would be much appreciated. Quickly I did try using the text to columns function when i did this however in the new destination it showed only the first number and discontinued showing the others in the original as well. Additionally in this function the 'preview of selected data' does not show selected data but some sort of link =programme_name_card_gamecard_1 somethig like that. Sorry for the long one.

For example the cell contains 1,M2,M7,M1,M8:2,M15,M9,M4,M5:3,M3,M6,M14,M11,M12:4,M10,M13 and I need to create M1, M2 , M3 ..etc columns and attach the coresponding number to each one of them. For instance M2,M7,M1,M8will get 1 and so forth and so on. I was acutally thinking using the Notepad to replace the , with a TAB space and paste them back in to my data set and create some IF statements. On the other hand running VBA scrip would make it even easier. However I would preffer to use a function (that I am not 100% familiar with) and leave the VBA scrip out of the question for the moment.

I 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....

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?

I have a word, for example ROCK. I asigned numbers to the word. R=1,O=2,C=3,K=4. My Question: If I type in ROC it must return 123. If I type in KR it must return 41, etc. Is there a basic formula I can use to solve this?

How do I do data validation/cell formatting so that only alphabetic characters can be entered and no numbers?

(We use the cell for First Name, Last Name, etc. and I don't want potential entries like Mr. 56565 55454 because the cells are formatted as text and allow alphabet and numbers.)

I tried =NOT(ISNUMBER(H6)) for Data Validation, but that didn't work.