Any Way To Do Multiple Substitute Commands In One Cell? 


Any Way To Do Multiple Substitute Commands In One Cell?  Excel 
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I have AplphaNumeric part numbers that sometimes contain hyphens or decimals. In order to make them more searchable (since people don't always use the hyphens or decimals properly when they search) I would like to create all the possible variants of the part number, but with one formula.
So AHW18.787 becomes AHW18 787 and AHW18787 with
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,"."," ") and
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,".","") respectively, and
AHRTWA187007 becomes AHRTW A18 7007 and AHRTWA187007 with
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,""," ") and
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,"","").
What I need to be able to do is merge these formulas into one, so that no matter what format the part number is in A1, I get a version of it with spaces in B1, and a version of it with no spaces in C1. I just have not been able to nest it all together  is it even possible with this command?
Thx
So AHW18.787 becomes AHW18 787 and AHW18787 with
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,"."," ") and
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,".","") respectively, and
AHRTWA187007 becomes AHRTW A18 7007 and AHRTWA187007 with
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,""," ") and
=SUBSTITUTE(A1,"","").
What I need to be able to do is merge these formulas into one, so that no matter what format the part number is in A1, I get a version of it with spaces in B1, and a version of it with no spaces in C1. I just have not been able to nest it all together  is it even possible with this command?
Thx
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Code:
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Code:
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B4 remains constant as I copy F6 down.
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The question:
How can you prevent a cell's contents from overflowing into the next cell?
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1 11
3 2
4 5
the result would be 11
thanks all!
Im looking for a vlookup formula which will give me the maximum number from a list which contains multiple matches, i.e.
Lookup number 1 from column A, then give me the largest number from column B
example table:
A B

1 5
2 2
1 11
3 2
4 5
the result would be 11
thanks all!