I have a glossary with 400+ rows in column A. See examples below. I'd like to separate them so that the term is in column A and the definition is in column B. Once Done I will not need the . Normally instead of that tag I would have a hyphen separate the term from definition but the fact that some terms have a hyphen like "D-VHS" was throwing me further. In the end I will not need a separator because everything will be in separate cells.
DSL Digital Subscriber Line is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. A DSL line can carry both data and voice signals and the data part of the line is continuously connected.
D-VHS Connects a digital audio/video cable for use with some D-VHS digital VCRs.
E-Mail Messages sent to a customer's receiver that are viewed on their television screen. Pending messages are indicated by an icon on the on-screen status display (channel marker) and by having the Power button flash. (Not all receivers have a blinking light.)
i have a long column pair of data, each entry in its own cell:
10/5/20088:30:00 AM 10/5/20088:46:00 AM 10/5/20089:14:00 AM 10/5/200810:18:00 AM 10/5/200810:42:00 AM 11/5/20088:30:00 AM 11/5/20088:46:00 AM 11/5/20089:14:00 AM 11/5/200810:18:00 AM 11/5/200810:42:00 AM 12/5/20088:30:00 AM 12/5/20088:46:00 AM 12/5/20089:14:00 AM 12/5/200810:18:00 AM 12/5/200810:42:00 AM 13/5/20088:30:00 AM 13/5/20088:46:00 AM 13/5/20089:14:00 AM 13/5/200810:18:00 AM 13/5/200810:42:00 AM 14/5/20088:30:00 AM 14/5/20088:46:00 AM 14/5/20089:14:00 AM 14/5/200810:18:00 AM 14/5/200810:42:00 AM
how can i program a macro to 'split' this column according to date? please refer to the attached picture as an example. i know this is probably a simple question but please bear with me i'm still new to excel programming.
I've got a problem with organizing my data. I've performed a study with several participants, each of which does several trials with 8 conditions (1,2,3,4,5,6,7, or 8), with each participant doing a condition more than once. I also have a separate column telling me whether they responded correctly or incorrectly (with a 1 or a 0).
I need to find a way to produce a new column to identify whether they got each condition (of the conditions 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, or 8) correct separately, i.e one column for responses to condition 1, one for condition 2 and so on....
It would also be useful if there was a way that once this is done I could summarize their accuracy of responses to each condition.
I've attached an example of my data. excel problem example.xlsx
Tabs 1, 2 and 3 have a column of data (Column A) on each sheet. They all start from the same cell. Each cell of data are just numbers. The column (an array) of data will not have blanks between.
But, they are not the same number of data. They vary.
Meaning, Tab 1 may have 15 numbers (A1 to A15), Tab 2 may have 20 numbers (A1 to A20) and Tab 3 could have 5 numbers (A1 to A5). Each iteration of the workbook may have different number of data in the A column on these tabs.
Now on Tab 4, I want combine the data from all three tabs into one column (in column A).
So, Tab 4 has a column A with data from Tab 1 copy and pasted to (A1 to A15) as values, then (A16 to A35) have Tab 2 data copy pasted as values and (A36 to A40) have Tab 3 data copy pasted as values.
Basically, the macro on Tab 4 has to count the number of rows on each Tab that are populated with data values and figure out to copy all the data on Column A from each three tabs and paste the data value into the Tab 4 in one column of data (in values).
I have a spreadsheet with these columns:Group_Name Contact Name Company Name Contact ID
Situation: The Group Name Column has the name of the group that the Contact Name is a member of. The Contact Name could be a member of many Group Names and therefore there may be many rows of the same Contact Name one with each Group Name that they are a member of. I have manually created separate columns for each Group Name in the spreadsheet that is attached.
Goal: I would like to have a macro that will look at the Group Name column and create a new column for each distinct group. I then would like the macro to go down the Contact Name column (I believe that I will have to have it sorted)and look at the Group Name that is listed in that row and put "True" in the Group Column that was created in the above step. Then, go to the next row, if the Contact Name is the same, look that the Group Name column and put "True" in the corresponding Group Column in the FIRST ROW OF THAT CONTACT NAME. Then Delete that row.
I have a column of first and last names that sometimes look like this: Smith, Michael D and other times look like this Smith, Michael (no middle initial) I would like to separate them into two separate columns, one for First name and the other for last name. I have no use for the middle initial so that can be ignored.
I have a long column of info as below. I want to extract (the name changes)- "SEAPORT TWN" etc and also "01.30" and place into separate columns say G and H at the next available cell.
** SWITCHLIST FOR TRAIN---Grain Spec -East DEPARTURE TIME from WESTTOWN is 01:00 TOWN STOP---SEAPRT TWN Arriving at 01:30
PICKUPS Terminal Shipping Burl North 460020 GRAINCAR empty Elevator Co. Ltd. Terminal Shipping Sante Fe 100396 GRAINCAR empty Elevator Co. Ltd. Train should leave this town with 2 car(s) TOWN STOP---PRARIE TWN Arriving at 02:00
SETOUTS Elevator Co. Ltd. Burl North 460020 GRAINCAR Grn w/Wht Lttrs -4 Bay Elevator Co. Ltd. Sante Fe 100396 GRAINCAR Maroon w/Wht Ltr -3 Bay 1/05/2007 8:57:52 a.m. ...............................
New task for work today, which involves creating a spreadsheet for all existing members of an organization. I went to the organization's website and copied all of the names & info, then pasted into a blank spreadsheet. All of the entries were separated into their own rows, but all of the information is only in one column. Take a look at my sample:
(NOTE: does not contain actual names or info) Book1.xlsx
This sample only contains 5 entries, but my actual list contains about 200; if it had just been the 5, I would have been fine with manually separating the information, but for 200 entries I need something much faster. You'll notice in the sample that the company, person, address, phone number, email, and website (when there) are not separated by anything. I know that using Text-to-Columns, I would technically be able to achieve what I need using the Delimited option, but I can't imagine this working without separators. I thought perhaps there might be a way to separate them based off font changes or something? Or maybe some way that I can insert a semi-colon or some kind of separator between the necessary data?
While the font is Arial for the majority of the entries, in terms of font changes: company font size is 12 and color is navy blue; the person's name is size 18, bolded, and dark grey; the address & phone number are size 9 and the color is light gray; and finally, the email & website are also size 9, but navy blue in color. However, you'll notice that two of the five entries are formatted differently. This is because formerly, the entire cell & its text were a hyperlink to the email. I went ahead and removed these hyperlinks, simply using a "Remove Hyperlink" macro walk through I found on the web, but now these cells are uniformly set to Calibri and size 11, my default font setting.
I have text in column A and text in column B. I would like to create column C and place the number 1 in each row whenever columns A and B contain the text I am looking for. I could then use C to filter all the 1's with ease (by way of macro or the autofilter). In my problem, column A contains the following text per cell:
B B B-A B-A B-V B-V
Column B contains: THR THR-MATT HF-MATT HS-HS-THR HS-MATT
I need to filter based on column A having the letter "A", or column B having the word "MATT". Columns A and B do not have to contain both "A" and "MATT", respectively, in order for column C to have a 1.
Today this data is inserted into one cell, in one column, but in 50 000 rows (in 9 different sheets!). I would like to separe it into separe columns so I could run calculations on the data. Separating it manually would take me at least 1 year,
I have data in two columns on the same sheet that I need to transpose into rows on a separate sheet (same workbook). One problem is that I need to reference off one of these columns (column B - in Sheet "Gp Trg Plan") as the number of lines will vary.
Example - Sheet "Gp Trg Plan" Column B Column D Tower Module 1 Tower Module 2 Tower Module 3 Building Module 1 Building Module 8 Street Module 6
Ideally the row will look like.
Example - Sheet "Status WS"
Column A Column B Column C Column D Column E Column F Column G Gp Name Sub Gp Person 1st Mod Date 2nd Mod Date
There is an undefined amount of training modules (columns D in Sheet "Gp Trg Plan"), but no more than 10.
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 need to split the data into worksheets (see attached) by the Advertiser column and then by the deal year and deal code columns. I need each worksheet to be named per advertiser and deal year_deal code. I took off and replaced the data since it is sensitive information.
creating a macro or implicating one into the workbook to run for future reporting.
I am trying to write a formula to read the cells in column H individually if cell is blank write no to corresponding cell of column I, if the cell has any sort of data write yes to corresponding cell of column I
Currently H uses this formula ='name of column from sheet 1'!P:P
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 am having trouble parsing the numeric data from the following table into separate columns. The five different numbers (ex. 70, 130,10,5,6 in the first row) represent nutritional info about the product. As you can see, the number length varies for the different categories. How to get these 5 numbers into their own columns using LEFT, RIGHT, MID, FIND, etc. functions.
I have a string of data coming from a SQL Server data connection into my workbook. The value in the column is a text string that is pipe delimited. I need a macro to parse the data from that column into applicable separate columns. I would typically use text to columns for this and parse it out manually... but the tool I'm creating is one of the automated variety, so that will not suffice for this application. I need it to do this automatically when the data connection refreshes.
U:U AQ AR AS AT AU AV to Produce|Fruit|apple|banana|cherry|date Produce Fruit apple banana cherry date
I am trying to count the # of rows in a spreadsheet in which there is non-blank text data in 2 separate columns. For instance, if the spreadsheet looked like the one below (dashes just for formatting purposes):
NAMES-------THIS-------------THAT Mary-------some text--------some more text John-------<blanks>---------just text here Sue--------just some here-----<blanks> Dave-------something--------something else Adam------<blanks>-----------<blanks>
The total # of rows with something in both the "THIS" and "THAT" columns above would therefore be 2.