I import a CSV file into Excel where the column title row has column titles that are just one long text string, without any spacing between the words. For example: CompanySiteDescription CompanySiteExternalSystemID IssueNumber
I would like a method (formula or macro) that would add a space-character before each uppercase letter (that's not the first letter in the string or an uppercase letter that directly follows another upper case letter). Thus: CompanySiteDescription becomes Company Site Description CompanySiteExternalSystemID becomes Company Site External System ID IssueNumber becomes Issue Number
Currently, I have an excel sheet of names and addresses. In my address column, many of the addresses have carriage returns separating information. I want to divide this information by carriage returns and parse it into different columns.
I have already tried what I believe is the correct method: I go to Data>Text to Columns. I choose "delimited." Then I enter [Alt 0101] under "other" and make sure that is the only option checked. When I finish, only *some* of my data is parsed into corresponding columns by the delimiter while some isn't.
Is there a way to format some particular colums so that when i enter my data into the cells i do not have to keep changing the caps lock to uppercase or pressing shift key which slow down my typing as i am not very fast typer.
I have tried experimenting with LEFT, RIGHT functions. I want to edit a text string using a delimiter. For example: "NOS|NOS". I have a column of 256 rows of such entries, a name; the pipe; a name. I need to be able to strip out one side or the other using that pipe as the delimiter, leaving only "NOS". With 256 rows of items with this format - the length of the text string will vary.
I have a text file, which is been imported to excel sheet. There are 2 fields in the text file. Each field has to be placed in one column. The first field has values with space. Due to this the first field is split into 2 fields and totally 3 columns are imported in the excel sheet. Have set .TextFileSpaceDelimiter=True so that it would split the 2 fields, but since the first field has space in it, it splits into 3 fields. Is their any alternate way to obtain the above?
I have a script to import all the data in a text file into an excel sheet. However, the data that is imported are in the first column of every row.
for e.g. 123454566788329929201012827192019128278111111111abc213123123123123
there is no comma nor / to separate the string of alphanumerics is there any vba script that i can incorporate to separate the first 3 digit in the first column then 5 digit in the second column then 7 digit in the 3rd columns and etc.
I have a macro which imports data from a mainframe dump text file and performs 'Text to Columns' on the imported data so that formula in the spreadsheet can act on the data. The code works perfectly well when I use it, but if a different user logs on and performs exactly the same mainframe dump and import macro the Text to Columns action splits the raw data in a different way and the result is that the split renders the formulae useless.
I've experimented a little and for some reason it appears that the 'Field Info' parameters which are produced when the Text to Columns function is recorded in a macro differ between users even though the raw data is exactly the same.
I am having a problem reading from a file. I am working with some old code. I am reading information in from a txt file. The information on the txt file is separated by commas on each line. My question is, how can I read in for example, the third section on the first line. By section I mean...
line 1: section1, section2, section3, section4, section5
I want to read section3 into a string variable. If anyone can help me please post. I am having the hardest time finding this online.
I frequently review DAT files. These DAT files use a variety of characters as delimiters. I'm trying to devise a macro that will perform a text-to-column operation, using the content of a specified cell as the delimiter.
Here's my code, which uses - (ASCII 0254) as a delimiter:
Code: With Sheet1 Range("A1", ActiveCell.End(xlDown)).Select Do
Instead of having the delimiter hard-coded, I'd like my macro to use whatever character I enter into Sheet3.Range("i5") as a delimiter. That way, I can easily change my delimiter character as necessary.
I have a listbox populated with a number followed by description. How do I write code to extract the number and description to different cells. Listbox example: "1234ES - Project Description". Now I want "1234ES" in one cell and "Project Description" in cell left of number.
I am trying to convert text to rows but in the same column Take the following example:
Column A: 1-2-3 ab-cde-fg 54-ty-12345 the waht i am looking is convert it to the following format: (the - is the delimiter) Column A
1 2 3 ab cde fg 54 ty 12345
i have found the following VBA code on those forums but i don't know how to edit it to suit my needs
Sub Txt_To_Rows() Dim arrText() As String Dim varItm As Variant Dim rngText As Range Dim rngCl As Range Dim i As Integer Dim j As Integer Dim x As Integer Set rngText = Range("A1:A" & Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row) j = 2...........................
I receive multiple worksheets containing transaction data with multiple numbers of row and columns. The data columns contain varying types of information like: price, quantity, location1, location2, loading dock, transaction date, buy/sell, purchaser, seller, currency unit, etc.
I have a need to concatenate into a single cell in a blank column, data from a number of cells in each row -- sometimes two cells, sometimes more. In some instances, I'd like to concatenate data for location1 and location2 with a delimiter like a semicolon-and-a-space to create a cell with: "location1; location2" Or in another instance, I'd like to concatenate multiple cells in a row, like: "location1; price; quantity; transaction date", etc.
I'm looking to create a macro that, with the cursor in a blank cell in a blank row, would open an input box, ask a user to select with the cursor the cells in the row to concatenate and then concatenate them into the blank cell in the row.
Ideally, the macro would populate the entire blank column with the concatenated data for the group of selected cells (from the same columns as in the row where the cells to be concatenated were selected) for each row where there is data. It is also possible that some cells in some rows of the selected columns would contain no data. In that case, I'd be looking to return just the delimiter, like: "location1; ; quantity; transaction date"
Right now, with no macro, I do it by hand like this:
To concatenate into cell I6, the contents of cells A6, B6, G6 and H6, I do a "=CONCATENATE(A6,"; ",B6,"; ",G6,"; ",H6)" in blank cell I6, but I'm looking for a way to do it fast in a macro that would fill in all of Column I.
I'm currently trying to compare all of my companies data sources for staff, ie helpdesk, telephony, ldap etc. and I have made quite a bit of progress, mostly thanks to this forum, however one issue I am running into, is the fact that when I use the text to columns funtion (in a macro) it's splitting up names which are double barrelled into 3 columns. The names are in the format of...
I recently got this task by my work employer to transfer information from several non-organized Excel-documents into one, complete and organized one.
The thing I have to organize right now is a column with thousands of zipcodes and zones in one single cell, only separated by spaces, like this:
Zipcode Zone 115 54 Gothenburg 443 67 Skane
What I want to do is instead of having to go through 24h of braindead control/paste is to use some easy and fast function or script that could pull out the last piece of string of information in every cell in that column into its own separate cell.
Although I am using Open Office Calc/Gnumeric on Ubuntu Dapper, if a script is necessary and only work with Excel on Windows/Mac, that is no big problem for me to solve. So please, any suggestion is welcome.
I will attatch two examples for you to look at, to get the whole picture.