There are a thousand numbers like this, I was wondering how I can move the cells with 7 numbers to the right column, and keep the cells with 8 numbers where they are (or move them to the 3rd column to the right)

I need to concatenate varying numbers of cells based on duplicates found in a separate column, but I'm not sure how to approach it. I have 41,000+ rows of data, so I have to find a formula.

I have a column of contract numbers of varying length. I want to run a sumif of all of the values on my reference sheet that have the contract number beginning with the contract number in my listing. All of the the contract values in my reference sheet are very long. Since the numbers I am working with vary in length, i don't know how to match this string in the sumif function

I have two columns, one with an account number (call it A) and another with a vendor id (call it B). I need the length of the number in column A to be truncated to 10 characters by just deleting any additional characters after 10. That should be based on whether or not the corresponding cell in column B equals the following number "147212336". Right now, my code edits the ENTIRE column A, not just the cell in the same row.

I know it's because I'm using a "FOR EACH CELL" argument but I don't what else would work.

Code: Set acctlengthrange = Range("N2", Cells(LastRowB, "N")) Set dplrange = Range("P2", Cells(LastRowB, "P")) With dplrange If cell.Value = "147212336" Then For Each cell In acctlengthrange cell.Value = Left(cell.Value, 10) Next End If Next

My worksheet contains data with the reaction times on a psychological test. Each respondent in the test has 280 rows in my excel sheet.

The 'perfect' length of the row, is from A to M. When an error is made in the test, the length of the row will increase. So the error length can be A to AA.

For me it is important to analyse the error. So I would like to give a perfect row length, the value 1, and an error row length a value 2.

So, in conclusion:

If: Cell length = A1 - M1? --> Copy A1 B1 C1 (A B Cof that row) to Sheet3, and give D1 in sheet 3 the value 1

Cell length >= A1 - M1? --> Copy A1 B1 C1 (A B C of that row) to Sheet3, and give D1 in sheet 3 the value 2

I have a list of user names and UIDs, all in one column. I'd like to split the numbers into a separate column. How can I do this? Here's an example:

A'Aross Hd 798027047

A'Yolanda Gallegos 100004367799914

Aaiky Sweet 100000984883871

Aarchie Alin 100000295447271

Aasusana Azanza 100000086329219

Ab Raf 100000223369007

Abigail Cadenas 100003769100097

Abigail Gopaul 100002988007633

Abod Rezk 100002010187332

Btw, I'm an Excel newb and don't know a lot. I did try Data/Text to Columns with a delimiter of spaces, but there's really no rhythm with the spaces so it splits it all whacky.

I have some data that is both text and numbers in the same cell. I would like to split the the data so that the text is in one column and the numbers are in another column.

The numbers are all a fixed length (15 chars) so I know that I can use the following formula = RIGHT(A1,15)

However I am not quite sure how to split the text as the length can vary as as well as the number of words in the string.

For example A1 is 1 word with 7 characters but A2 is 2 words, 14 characters long inc space.

I need to clear the contents of a columns G and H starting 11th row based on what is there in F column. The macro should check for last non-empty cell in column F starting F11 (assume it finds F30 to be last non-empty cell), then it should clear the contents of G11 to G30, H11 to H30.

I have created an Excel spreadsheet teachers schedule for a small school with 8 teachers. I have assigned a number to each teacher (1 - 8) so that a number typed in a cell in Column E will cause a teachers name to appear in a cell in Column G. The ranges are E3:E20 and G3:G20. I hope to find a Macro that will display each teachers name in a different color.

I have a list that is streets and addresses. All contained in column A. Cell A1 is the street name and then Column A3 is the street number. This repeats down column A for almost 1000 street names. I need to fill column B3 with the street name, as well as B4, B5, B6, etc until the street name changes. I was trying to do this with an if..then but couldn't get it to work. I also tried to work on a do.. loop looking for the change from a string to number. But my programming is a little rusty. If anyone can help I was be forever grateful. I mean the alternative is to sit here and copy and paste all day.

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'm trying to separate text from numbers into two separate cells...

Essentially, I would like the users to copy and paste data into Column A, as seen below. Then, hopefully by formula separate the text characters into Column B and the numbers into Column C.

Input: Output 1: Output 2:

Col A Col B Col C Wells 123 Wells 123 Wells 1234 Wells 1234 Wells Fargo 123 Wells Fargo 123 Wells Fargo 1234 Wells Fargo 1234 Wells Fargo Inc 123 Wells Fargo Inc 123 Wells Fargo Inc 1234 Wells Fargo Inc 1234

Ideally, I would like to do this with a formula...

I am looking to split data in a worksheet into separate sheets based on Column C which contains Either Babycare or Homecare or Industrial or Professional. Eventually there maybe more names. If possible I would also like to name each sheet.

In column A, i have multiple levels followed by a letter (i.e. Level 1A, Level 1B etc).

In column B, i have some other details and then so on and so forth.

In column C/E/G lets say, i want to copy the information from column A to show only items that appear as "Level 1" (not "Level 1A", i only want it to check for things without the letter at the end). Then the same in column E but with "Level 2" and so on and so forth.

I also have data in Column B that is to do with column A (i.e "Level 1A" - "Metals") and so on with the following columns. I want the items that are in column B to also move over to column D when the things from Column A move to Column C, so at the end it will appear as below so it appears as above.

I'm using excel 2010 and windows XP with a moderate amount of experience tinkering with macro programming. I know what I need is very doable but I can't get my head around what the code would look like. I must not be wording my searches correctly because most of what I'm getting for results are iterative programs based on a cells value which isn't what I need.

I'm trying to build a macro that will check a cell (C3) and based on the contents of that cell copy a column (I) to one of 12 different columns (K:V). So if the value in C3 is 1 it should copy I to K, if the value is 2 it should copy I to L, and so on.

I have a spreadsheet that lists dates in row 6, columns V through BE. We use these dates to log attendance for kids, so under each date there may be one of many symbols, such as "x" if the student was there. I would like to create a list of the dates that meet one of two criteria: either blank or containing "WR". So, let's say column Z is blank and Y has "WR" in it. In column FB I would like a list of all of the dates that were blank or WR, so I would want the dates contained in row 6 for Y and Z. Is there a function that will 1) look for a blank or WR across a row, 2) find the associated date for that blank in row 6, and 3) write the in another column in the form of a list, each date separated by commas? Here is an example of my information. I would like for a function to automatically make the list in column FB for any dates that are blank or contain "WR".

I have a spread sheet which totals the amounts in 2 columns D and E, which are pounds and pence. The formulas for each one are:

Pounds

=SUM(D3:D8)+ROUNDDOWN((SUM(E3:E8)/100),0)

Pence

=MOD(SUM(E3:E8),100)

These work very well and give me the correct figures.

What I would like to do is to add up the values of each row based on the criteria of column C and have just one value in ONE cell (as shown on lines 13 & 14), so for instance:

When added together the values of rows 3,4 & 6 are 7.25 (based on a value of "W")When added together the values of rows 7 & 8 are 5.00 (based on a value of "F")

I have tried to show this as an example in the image below:

When I tried len(nYear) where nYear is a number like 2006, I don't get the number of characters in the number. I know that's confusing strings with numbers, but...

Is there a VBA function that returns the number of numbers deep in an integer; ex. if nYear = 2006, the function would return 4?

I could easily do a < or > line of code, but I'm just curious if there's another way to do it.

I need to look-up and bring in one cell for each row only the 10 length numbers separated by space and in another cell the 13 length numbers space separated also.

The number of columns containing data is different from row to row ( from 2 to 60)....and the rows..are thousands..

If this has been requested already, I apologize, please direct me to the right thread and flog me with USB cable. I've been searching the forum for an answer for a couple of hours now for the answer to this:

I have a list of words in column A on a sheet and I'm trying to write a formula on another sheet that will check all cells on a pre-populated row and return a value if any of the words from the list on are contained in any of the cells in the row. I've attached an example spreadsheet

I have 10 very large workbooks that are all setup in the same format. In column Z is a numerical value from 1 to 83. I have been trying to filter the sheet and then copy one at a time from 1 to 83 but that takes a LONG time especially when there is 10 workbooks to do.

Is there anyway I can run a function or macro or something that would just automatically look down the column Z and put each row into a it's own workbooks?

I have attached a sample of what the workbooks look like right now.

I've set up a filing system which saves sheets/ workbooks based on the value of a cell - Range("B1") Everything works great apart from when ThisFile String length exceeds 31 characters which you may know is the max useable character length for a sheet name - I had no idea! 8-0

Is there a way i can check if string length exceeds 31 characters then, if it does, shorten it to 31 characters?