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Extract n-th word in cell value
The formula displayed above in cell range D3:D9 extracts a word based on its position in a cell value. For […]
How to use the SUBSTITUTE function
Formula in cell E3: =SUBSTITUTE(B3,C3,D3) The SUBSTITUTE function replaces a specific text string in a value. It is case sensitive […]
Extract last word in cell
Table of Contents Extract the last word Extract the last letter Extract the last number Get Excel *.xlsx file 1. […]
Split search value using a delimiter and search for each substring
This article demonstrates formulas and a UDF that searches for values in a table based on concatenated values and returns […]
Count comma separated values
This article demonstrates formulas that count values in cell based on a delimiting character. The image above shows a formula […]
Working with classic ciphers in Excel
What's on this page Reverse text Insert random characters Convert letters to numbers How to shuffle characters in the alphabet […]
Count specific multiple text strings in a given cell range
This article demonstrates an array formula that counts how many times multiple text strings exist in a cell range.  The […]
Partial match and return multiple adjacent values
This article demonstrates array formulas that search for cell values containing a search string and returns corresponding values on the […]
Text to columns: Split words in a cell
This blog article describes how to split strings in a cell with space as a delimiting character, like Text to […]
Count text string in a range (case sensitive)
Question: How do I count the number of times a text string exists in a column? The text string may […]
Count a specific text string in a cell
Table of Contents Count a specific text string in a cell Count text string in a range (case sensitive) Count […]
Count how many times a string exists in a cell range (case insensitive)
Question: How do I count how many times a word exists in a range of cells? It does not have […]
How to extract email addresses from an Excel sheet
Question: How to extract email addresses from this sheet? Answer: It depends on how the emails are populated in your worksheet? […]

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