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PARBOTI RANI
Aug 03, 2022
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Number of characters The number of characters that you wish to extract. In this example, we entered =MID(A2,5,2) into cell B2, and copied it into B3:B6. That allowed us to extract the two numbers starting in the fifth position of the code. MID formula in Excel RIGHT Purpose: Used to extract the last X numbers or characters in a cell. The formula: =RIGHT Text: The string that you wish to extract from. The number of characters that you want to extract starting from the right-most character. For the sake of this example, we entered RIGHT(A2,2) into cell B2, and copied it into B3:B6. That allowed us to extract the last two fax number list numbers of the code. RIGHT formula in EXCEL 14. VLOOKUP This one is an oldie, but a goodie — and it's a bit more in depth than some of the other formulas we've listed here. But it's especially helpful for those times when you have two sets of data on two different spreadsheets, and want to combine them into a single spreadsheet. My colleague, Rachel Sprung whose "How to. Use Excel" tutorial is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn — uses a list of names, email addresses, and companies as an example. If you have a list of people's names next to their email addresses in one spreadsheet, and a list of those same people's email addresses next to their company names in the other, but you want the names, email addresses, and company names of those people to appear in one place -- that's where VLOOKUP comes in. Note: When using this formula, you must be certain that at least one column appears identically in both spreadsheets. Scour your data sets to make sure the column of data you're using to combine your information is exactly the same, including no extra.
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