Remove First Word In A StringSep 2, 2009
How can I remove everything to the left of the first space in a String? For exapmle - 'Mr Adam Bill' should become 'Adam Bill'
How can I remove everything to the left of the first space in a String? For exapmle - 'Mr Adam Bill' should become 'Adam Bill'
Have problems using find and the Dictionary
What Im trying to do is find a certain word in a string then return the number associated with that word
how to automatically remove the word " Total" that Excel puts beside what you are totalling while using a subtotal?
For example, I am totaling a value of orders for one company and Excel puts "COMPANY NAME Total". Or is there a way to use the Right function to delete the 5 last letters of text in a cell? I've tried using the right function but can't seem to get it to work to delete text...
I have the function below from http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/extract-words-function.htm
and have it working exactly as it's supposed to. Is it possible to adapt this to remove the last character of the text string, specifically the commas? My problem is that the raw data in one cell is like this (including commas) 0.333, 5.8874, 6.85423, 0.025. I separate each text string into separate cells but am left with the commas. I'm not using the "Data Text to Columns" option as I need the results in specific cells so they can then be used in calculations.
Function Get_Word(text_string As String, nth_word) As String
Dim lWordCount As Long
lWordCount = Len(text_string) - Len(.Substitute(text_string, " ", "")) + 1
If IsNumeric(nth_word) Then
nth_word = nth_word - 1
Get_Word = Mid(Mid(Mid(.Substitute(text_string, " ", "^", nth_word), 1, 256), _
. Find("^", .Substitute(text_string, " ", "^", nth_word)), 256), 2, _
.Find(" ", Mid(Mid(.Substitute(text_string, " ", "^", nth_word), 1, 256), _ ............................
I am working on a macro and, as part of it, I would like to look at column A of my spreadsheet and remove all cell contents where the text in the cell does not start with the word "total." For instance, if the text of a cell in column H is "total money" I would like it to remain unchanged. However, if the text of a cell is "George Baker" I would like it removed. I ONLY want the text in column H to be considered ... no other column.View 3 Replies View Related
I need to replace the second word in a cell with another,
eg in cell AI1 I have Black Box.
Which formula would retain the first word, before the space and replace it with another, eg
I have put a formula in excel to count how many times the word 'administration' appears in a column:
Unfortunately, the output that I am searching has mulitple words in it, separated with a colon and no space. My formula skips the count if the word Administration is not completely on it's own
e.g. Administration counts 1
Administration;Cardiology does not count
I have random text strings which I need to extract the last part from in Excel.
The text string will be made up of code, but the word I need is always to the right of a prefix />
So for instance in A1 I have 76ruihfo:;.>6">/apple
I would want to extract "apple" from the string above into B1.
I want to delete a specific words from string but i have a problem with the code below. For example, i wan to delete the word "Inc" only but the problem with my code is that it is deleting from "Incorporated" too and i want only the code to delete only if it finds the word "Inc" only.View 11 Replies View Related
I want to take a string which is a list of words and compile a list of the words listed and how many times each one is listed. For Example, for the string "word1, word2 word1, word3 word2"
I want to get the following calculations:
word1 = 2
word2 = 2
word3 = 1
Let's say i do have words : cow, dog, giraffe, elephant, parrot.
The rest will try to explain in the excel file.
How can I extract the first word only from a Textbox string?View 2 Replies View Related
Lets say there is a string: " andy,andy,tom,amy,andy" and I would like to search the word "andy". The function would return 3.
How could I implement this using VBA?
I need to find the first occurrence of the word grandsal after each employee details thru VBA. Is it possible to do that. If yes how to construct the if loops.
I take this time to thank all the members of the ozgrid for their exceptional.
I have sample string: Cat jumped over lazy Dog
I only want to capitalize: LAZY
so it should be: Cat jumped over Lazy Dog
Proper capitalizes first letter of every word, just want one word capitalizaed.
Also, if I want to use an and function to capitlize multiple words, so it should be: Cat Jumped over Lazy Dog
where just Jumped and Lazy are capitalized.
I currently have a large amount of data extracted from a performance tracking system. The columns I am concerned with are Page Title and Time (the time it takes the system to navigate to the this page).
I am trying to create a dashboard to show:
Webpage Title (each unique instance of the webpage)Aggregate Time (total time it takes for all instances)# of Hits (Each time the value appears in the data)Average Time (this formula I can handle; Aggregate Time/# of Hits)
The major issue is that the webpage is extracted as XYZ001 -- PAGE1, XYZ439 -- PAGE2, XYZ854 -- PAGE1, etc. Basically, I am only concerned with what comes after the --.
Here is an example of the two tabs.
# of Hits
Basically, I am looking for a formula that says,
For any instance in the Page Title column that contains PAGE3, add the amount in the Time column (i.e., 1.2 +.5).
if you can remove the word total from each cell without deleting the numbers after you copy from a subtotal list?View 9 Replies View Related
I'm trying to remove everything after a specific character in a string.
I.e. change a website address to the hostname
I'm using this formula, which strips the http:// and the www., but does not replace the characters after the first remaining "/" as the wildcard is not recognized.
=SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(A2,"www.",""), A2,"http://",""), A2, "/*", "")
I'm attempting to extract the Street Names from an Address.
For Example, if given "123 Very Big Street" I'd want to extract "Very Big".
If given, "123 Very Big" I'd want the same answer.
I've written code to do this, with a simple IF statement to identify mathcing last words like "Street" and "Drive".
How can I efficiently do this with a large list of last words? I'm drawing a blank on how to query against an array that would contain all these values.
If someone enters "1,000" in a TextBox, Isnumeric(TextBoxEntry) says True
If I convert it to a value with something like x = TextBoxEntry * 0, the 1,000 becomes 1
I would prefer it to be 1000. Just removing commas would do the trick. How to do it.
The below function concats a range of cells by csv. How can I get it to remove the last comma in the string when it's finished?
Function SpecialConcatenate(rnge As Range) As String
Dim r As Long, col As Integer
For c = 1 To rnge.Columns.Count
For r = 1 To rnge.Rows.Count
If rnge.Cells(r, c) "" Then
SpecialConcatenate = SpecialConcatenate & _
rnge.Cells(r, c).Value & ","
I have a list of data that populates B2:B2900
This data is often prefixed by a 'reference code' that I wish to be removed.
Now rater than perform this manually aprox 3000 times is there a formula or some VB code that will complete this for me....
The list of data is shown like:
SC7547-05 - Payne, Freda
SC8706-08 - Rungren, Todd
SC8714-05 - Travis, Randy
SC7517-03 - Beach Boys, The
Now You're Gone
SC7512-01 - Horton, Johnny
SC8721-15 - Journey
So I wish for the SC7547-05 - to be removed from the first example to just leave Payne, Freda and continue this throughout the list
However if the data is found not to include this code (as in the 5th/6th examples above) leave it alone
So if the code of formula is run for the above the outcome would be....
Beach Boys, The
Now You're Gone
i would like to remove string "Total" from a list in col A,
Sheet1 AB5How do I remove total Excel tables to the web >> Excel Jeanie HTML 4
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I have a set of data in column a that consists of email addresses. These email addresses all have underscores after them, ie "email@example.com_______". It will be a different amount of underscores everytime and I don't want underscores to be removed that are actually part of the address. I had been using the find replace function through vba, ie
Selection.Replace What:="_", Replacement:="", LookAt:=xlPart, _
SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _
however this ofcourse removes from actual parts of the email address. Is there a way to do this?
I've come across multiple times where I have to do this same sort of task, and I don't think I am doing it the most efficient way.
What I need to do is take a variable which holds a string and remove the last 9 characters from it. Don't need to know what the last 9 characters are, all I care about is knowing what the other characters are in the string. I know this can be done through thingslike susbstrings, but I don't think VBA has a substring function.
I have a long list of process steps in a collumn e.g.
and then i have a list of tanks: Tank1, Tank2 etc. The i want a forumla to extract and return the tank in a adjacent cell:
In column A, I have the following lines:
2014-05-15 02:08:43 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 02:31:37 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 02:37:19 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 02:37:20 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 03:07:19 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 15:01:37 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
2014-05-15 15:04:46 @Centre INFO - CHANGE WORLD (Original World to Destination World)
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I need to pull a specific word from a string of text in a cell and have that word shown in an adjacant cell. For example A1 will contain the text "Smith Sun Alliance Pension Fund" I need B2 to show "Pension". I cannot use any filtering or text to columns as the word Pension can be anywhere within the text in A1 and I have thousands of entries. So I need a function.View 9 Replies View Related
I have two different functions, first is importing website to excel and the a second is testing string according to pattern. Each one of them is working ok. I'm trying to find a word " finance" in URL and put it into cell "A1".
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
On Error Resume Next
For i = 1 To 10
SiteURL = "URL;http://www.cnn.com"
With ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add(Connection:=SiteURL, Destination:=Range("A" & i))
.FieldNames = True
.RowNumbers = False
.FillAdjacentFormulas = False................
I am trying to remove all characters that aren't letters or numbers from a string. Is there any way to differentiate between a non-alphanumeric characters and alphanumeric characters? I'm thinking of something like "ISTEXT()" that I could use on one character at a time. Or are there any wildcards I could use in the Replace function?View 9 Replies View Related
make equation to remove alphabet characters from a text mixed with alphanumeric characters like below.
1.ASD000234234-1RST to 00234234-1
2.ZYXW2343WE to 2343
3.abcde2023820eiwls to 2023820
I have a list (SIC Codes) and I want to remove the numbers. The numbers range from 2 to 8 deep. The list exists in column B and I want the new list in column C.
01 Agricultural Production Crops
011 Cash Grains
0119 Cash grains, nec
011901 Pea and bean farms (legumes)
01190101 Bean (dry field and seed) farm
01190102 Cowpea farm
01190103 Lentil farm
01190104 Mustard seed farm
I am using this code to remove a row if string is found, however, I would like to know how can I set it to do the same for all the worksheet in the same excel?
I'm using excel 2007 and windows vista. I have 2 cells, A1 contains (01,) and B1 contains (01, 08). I want the result in cell C1 to be (01, 08) by calling function trim_sort($A1&$B1). The code gives me an error "invalid qualifier" for s.length & more.View 4 Replies View Related
I have a list of about 1,400 numbers ranging in different lengths. What I'm trying to accomplish with a formula is to remove the single letter at the end of each number (not all numbers have them) and in addition to removing all zeros at the beginning of the number (again not all numbers have them).
Here is an example...say I have the following 5 numbers:
And what I need my formula to do provide is the following results instead:
So far I have started with the following =LEFT(A1,LEN(A1)-1), but that will always remove the last character (number and letter).
provide a vba script to replace characters from a string.
I have the following script which has the cell address as the string and want to remove the dollar signs.
Dim C1 as string
C1 = ActiveCell.Address
.Replace "$", "", xlPart
I want to remove a string of text from the front and rear of a cell value and would like to do it with one formula. I have tried using LEFT,RIGHT and LEN. I would Like to use the SUBSTITUTE formula as the user can define the actual string to be removed.
I can achieve want i want using two columns i would just like to be able to consolidate down to one.I have tried nesting the formulas but i always seem to get an error.
Characters to remove
Assume that the table uses stadard naming conventions for Columns(a,b,c...) and Rows(1,2,3...)
A string contain a number like AB12345 or B7845 How could I remove the alphabetic characters and keep only the number.View 2 Replies View Related
I've got some data which will look something like the following:
I'm looking to remove any set of numbers more than 10 characters long. i.e. the desired output from the above would be:
I am trying to tidy up a stock control program called Autopart (v20).
The problem I have is that suppliers descriptions use the " character instead of the word inch when describing products. This causes issues when reporting or comunicating to Microsoft Purchase Plus Ordering System.
Is there an easy way that I can remove alll of the " characters from the description cells in a text string?