Adding Comma Delimited Numbers In A Cell
Adding Comma Delimited Numbers In A Cell - Excel
Am having a problem. I need to add comma delimited numbers in a cell to return a value in another column this may sound straight forward however the comma delimited values have alternative values. for example 46 really = 3 8 really =7 how would i go about doing this. any help is appreciated.
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I know that in principle it can be done very simply via the menu "File, save as csv (comma delimited)" BUT for some reasons I'm not explaining here I had to set up my default separators as semicolon ";".
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For i = 1 To Worksheets.Count
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I get the icon to use the text import wizard. Then I have to select
delimited and comma everytime I paste.
How can I set that as the default for that worksheet?
As I paste entries several times it becomes rather annoying.
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123 45th St., Apt. 18
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The current procedu
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- I make the necessary edits
- I save the file as type Text (Tab Delimited)
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help much appreciated.
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Thanks as Always
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After running the script, i end up with a file in my directory and the file has the Excel ICON, but when i select on the ICON, Excel does not recognize that it's comma delimited of course and still requires that i import the data using the import utility.
I am quessing/assuming that there must be a setting or feature by now, that i can set that will tell Excel to assume that the data is in a comma delimited format and to automatically import the data using the comma delimited format?
Has anyone seen or heared of such an available setting before?
Thanks very much!
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spread sheet. I end up with a single row of multiple columns. One column for
each piece of delimited text. What I really want is delimited text in a
single column of mutliple rows. One row for each piece of delimited text. How
can this be done?
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I don't have to do this that often, but often enough that I would really like to find a solution that doesn't involve me opening the CSV file and manually adding the quotes where necessary.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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hello, mr excel
my name is xlkeuk
this line has no comma
this line, has a comma
as does, this one
this one does not
"hello, mr excel"
my name is xlkeuk
this line has no comma
"this line, has a comma"
"as does, this one"
this one does not
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I need to go the other way -
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