Ihave data in column "B" like bellow & i want split that one cell data to different cells base on space. i mean after each space data should add to next cell ( from column "C" data can split). (formula or macro)
What I got going on is a program I use for reporting is shooting out information.. while most of the information it sends to an excel workbook is sectioned by cell, there is a good chunk of information that's dumped into 1 cell. Is there a macro, or something, I can do to separate the information in this single cell, into separate cells? Auto Merged Post Until 24 Hrs Passes;Here is an example of the report. You'll notice a bunch of information in the 'Description' section. What I want to be able to do is run a macro that will seperate the 'Item Number', 'URL', 'Serial Number', 'Model Number', and 'Details' information into seperate cells.
Here's my problem. I have a cell where there are many data strings seperated by ",". Each data string has a seperate value of its own like for e.g: A2: aa,ab,ac
String Value aa 1 ab 1 ac 3
What I want it accomplish is that, split the A2 cell into the different data string entities seperated by ",", then get the corresponding value of each of the data string entity, and to take the average of all the values of the different data string entities.
i have cells with city and state in them and i'm trying to separate the one column into two columns. the problem is, i'm trying to keep the city name in one column and the state in the other. some of my cells have two word cities like new albany, or upper arlington. the text to columns feature is separating those cells into 3 columns not 2. is there a way to do this?
example: worthington, oh upper arlington, oh
text to columns splitting upper arlington into 3 different cells because the only delimiter in the cell is a space. i need to keep upper arlington in one cell and oh in another.
the question: i'd like to split a large cell in to smaller, fixed-size cells (columns) by a standard formula.
example: consider cell A1 = 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ' i'd like a formula that created B1 = 'ABCDE' C1 = 'FGHIJ' D1 = 'KLMNO', etc
I used =Left (A1, 5) and got A1 = 'ABCDE' easily enough. I'm stumped at coming up with a formula that provides the next 5, and the next 5, etc.
the setup: if you want to know why i really need to solve the question i'm asking rather than using the split cell function:
i have a large set of data from a vendor. ideally, this worksheet will be used for other vendors that submit data similarly.
the script i'm writing takes a specific format--which i can't logically hold the vendors to. so, my specific formatting is on one sheet, referencing the data from each vendor on another sheet.
there is one field of data from vendors that is large ( >4000 characters, typically). however, this field makes my SQL server puke. i need to break this field down in to chunks of 1000 characters, and then re-concatenate after it leaves SQL to its final destination.
because i want to use some script automation to reuse this project, i'm reluctant to just use the split cell function to break up the data. rather i'd like to use whatever data is provided, and referentially split it up in my pre-formatted data.
I have many columns in my current spreadsheet but I have two columns that I want to split in to two project names.
Currently I have one column with: Project A/Project B And the second column with the total cost of Project A AND Project B combined
The thing is that I can easily just create a new line but that would mean all the data in the other Cells remain the same and the only two that will be different are the above two columns. I will be maintaining alot of rows so I was hoping I do not have to create two rows for every new item then to merge both rows in reach column every time I have to put in a new Item.
I am hoping to have for example the below
Name Comments Project Cost ------------------------------------------------- Item 1 This item relates Project A $150 to upgrade of Project B $120 SAS system ----------------------------------------------------
Currently I have it as
Name Comments Project Cost ------------------------------------------------- Item 1 This item relates Project A/B $270 to upgrade of SAS system ---------------------------------------------------
I have some data that is imported, it's about 25,000-30,000 characters and 2,300- 3,500 words, it all comes in as one cell, A1, if I do a text to column on it I will loose everything past column IV. Is there anyway a macro can take the data and put each word in a cell by its self starting in A2? The words a have a space between them.
I am receiving a new report from an external system. Unfortunate the system delivers many information within one cell, and it is not possible to reconfigure. These information are separate by a semi-colon or a semi-colon + space. separate the information in separate cells?
I have a spreadsheet that I have to extract from a web based report at work. The problem is that the column that contains the department name also contains the department code in brackets. For example cell A2 will have: (DE) Department A and cell A3 may be (DEPT) Department B.
Now as seen in the example above a code can range from 2 to 4 letters. I wondered if there was a way in code that would search for the ')' character and copy that to the M column and then copy the department name into the N column. So M2 would have 'DE' and column N2 will have 'Department A'.
Also in column G contains the grade name and grade point which are separated by a '/' I would like this to be copied to 2 separate cells say O2 and P2 and so on.
I know this can be done by a formula but I have to do this every month and it would be nice to just click a button to run a macro in my personal.xls file.
The row number various and are usually several thousand. I have attached a sample spreadsheet that only contains 4 rows of data.
I need to make sure that splited cells do not replace content of other cells. For example, if A1 has "SDR232, SDR634", this code will split them and put A1 to be "SDR232" and A2 to be "SDR634". BUT what it does is that it actually replaces whatever I have in A2. Is ther anyway to avoid replacing the content of A2?
Sub tst() Dim X As Variant X = Split(Range("A1").Value, ",") Range("A1").Resize(UBound(X) - LBound(X) + 1).Value = Application.Transpose(X) End Sub
My data within a cell has 3 values separated by commas i.e. abc, def, ghi. I want to separate these values into their own cells. Is there a formula or command that can do this? of course I can go into each cell and cut and paste the values onto another cell, but I have thousands of cells that need to be reformatted.
I am trying to split data from a cell into two columns. I have tried the LEFT and RIGHT functions but as the data held is not always the same number of characters this does not work for the LEFT function. The only constant thing is that the last character will always be in the second column. An example of data would be:
I was just not able to figure out how to write a macro for splitting the cell data into multiple rows with the other column values being duplicated. Just elaborating my problem, its like i have a column in which i have multiple values separted by a comma, So i need to divide all these values on basis of a comma and then copy this value to a new row below, along with the previous column values same for this new row. in my file cost center column is to be worked upon. Can this be done by a macro ?
This formula I want to apply it in another workbook. It split in different columns the content of a cell.
The formula is below:
In cell A2 I have the following data: |516582-001-99|414816-001-99|414816-003-99|516582-001-99|
If I apply the formula above in cells B2 to E2 it returns a blank cells. But if I delete the first "|" sign in the left side manually the formula works perfectly by splitting the cell into columns from B2 to E2. The issue here is that I have more than 300,000 records. Just imagine the amount of time invested in just deleting the first "|" at the left side.
I need a variation of the formula above that in first place delete the first "|" at the left side and after that continue with the proper work of the formula.
I have a mass of data which look something like this:
and I require the ranges of reference numbers to be listed in a column one above the other, which requires inserting new rows. I also need the date & description columns copied down into the newly inserted rows.
So basically for example I would want the top row to now read:
and then apply the same procedure to the other ranges below this.
I have created a VBA which organizes data from duplicate accounts into a single row so that it is properly formatted for our email system. The one issue I am having trouble handling is cell overflow. Column B cannot end up with more than 5 pieces of information. Each piece of info is seperated by a comma. If there is overflow, the extra data needs to be moved to the following column.
With the example I have provided, you will see that after running the macro, cell B2 has 18 pieces of information. I need to expand the macro so B2 contains 5 pieces, C2 contains 5 pieces, D2 contains 5 pieces, etc.
10/05/0808:30:00 AMValid Card EntryLamDoor 1 10/05/0808:31:00 AMDoor Leave Open Door 1 10/05/0808:32:00 AMDoor Closed Door 1 10/05/0808:41:00 AMValid Card Exit Yap Door 1 10/05/0808:46:00 AMValid Card Exit Lam Door 2 10/05/0809:14:00 AMValid Card EntryLam Door 2 10/05/0810:18:00 AMValid Card Exit Lam Door 2 10/05/0810:19:00 AMValid Card Entry Yap Door 1 10/05/0810:40:00 AMValid Card Exit Yap Door 1 10/05/0810:42:00 AMValid Card EntryLamDoor 2 11/05/0808:30:00 AMValid Card EntryLamDoor 2 11/05/0808:20:00 AMValid Card EntryYapDoor 1 11/05/0810:20:00 AMValid Card Exit Lam Door 1 11/05/0811:40:00 AMValid Card Exit Yap Door 1
the above is the data i need to work with (dates are in dd/mm/yy). i need to find a way (a macro, preferably) to extract the date and time corresponding to one person, and paste it into a new sheet, e.g. at sheet 2 (renamed to "lam") should be
10/05/0808:30:00 AM 11/05/0808:30:00 AM 10/05/0808:46:00 AM 11/05/0810:20:00 AM 10/05/0809:14:00 AM 10/05/0810:18:00 AM 10/05/0810:42:00 AM
These names are in Column A. I want to split the first and last name into Column A and Column B of my spreadsheet. I Usually copy row 1 to a txt file then import with "space" as my delimiter. I basically want an automated method of doing this.
I would like to do a text split for the name only in cells where contains the word "Name". For example: Name A&A Enterprize
Text split function for it is =MID(A1,FIND(" ",A1)+1,255) so it only recognizes A&A Enterprize.
How would I add an IF, Then function (If the any cell contains the word Name, apply the text split function, for cells don't have the word Name, just leave it blank) if i have to do this for a large data file so i dont have to copy this function for every cell that contains the word Name.