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How to decode URL-encoded strings
This formula decodes a URL-encoded string, replacing specific percentage symbol (%) and a hexadecimal number with non-alphanumeric characters. Excel 365 […]
Extract values between two given delimiting strings
The image above demonstrates a rather small formula in cell D3 that extracts values in cell B3 based on two […]
How to use the TEXTSPLIT function
The TEXTSPLIT function lets you split a string into an array across columns and rows based on delimiting characters. Formula […]
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 […]
If cell contains text from list
This article demonstrates several ways to check if a cell contains any value based on a list. The first example […]
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 […]
Lookup multiple values in one cell
This article explains how to perform multiple lookups based on values in one cell with a delimiting character using a […]
Sort values in a cell based on a delimiting character
This article demonstrates a macro and a formula that allows you to sort delimited data in a cell or cell […]
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 […]
Filter unique strings from a cell range
This blog post describes how to create a list of unique words from a cell range. Unique words are all […]
Split words in a cell range into a cell each [UDF]
This post describes how to split words in a cell range into a cell each using a custom function and […]
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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