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This article will show how to separate the first name, middle name, and last name with the help of an Excel formula. To get a quick view on this, have a look ...

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Thank you for your compliment, David!

Please click on the following link for more examples of the INDEX-MATCH combo:

https://www.exceldemy.com/tag/index-match-excel/

Hi AKSHAY THAKKER! We hope you are well. It’s been 6 years since you posted this query here. We are extremely sorry for being so late in responding. Hope you would have had a solution to your problem somewhere by now. However, we are providing a solution to your question hoping that other readers might find it useful.

For example, we have created a 10×10 array using the following formula.

Look at the following image.

You must do two things before applying the formula.

First, place the numbers in the first row (row 1, i.e. row of A1) serially, and second, place them serially down the first column (column A). You can place them elsewhere, but in that case, you have to change the cell references in the array formula accordingly.

You can create any square array with your desired sequence (1,1,1,1;2,2,2,0;3,3,0,0;4,0,0,0) having any square dimension. However, if you want to change the sequence, you have to change the formula a bit.

Tip:Look into the greater than logic in the formula. You have to make the change here to create other sequences.If there is any query, please let us know. You can also send us your problem at this address: [email protected]

You are welcome, Surya 🙂

You are welcome, Ahmad 🙂

Hi, Muhammad! Of course, you can do that. Check this out 🙂

https://www.exceldemy.com/excel-macro-to-copy-and-paste-from-one-worksheet-to-another/#9_VBA_Macro_to_Copy_and_Paste_Selected_Data_from_One_Sheet_to_Another_in_Excel

Hello Jay, thanks for your nice words. Please visit our blog for more array posts! We have written more posts like this time by time.

You are welcome, Surya! 🙂

Thank you so much, Ferreira. Visit our blog and explore more!

Hi Bill Coriell! Sorry for being late in reply. Maybe you were asking for the following article.

https://www.exceldemy.com/what-is-an-array-in-excel/

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Dear pat, sorry for replying late. Please send your file to [email protected] so that we can help. Thanks for commenting.

We are extremely sorry Hannah W. to know that you have faced this difficulty in applying our provided code! We will add the explanation here as soon as possible. Stay with us.

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The code is perfectly working from our end, Goel! Can you please send your problem to this email: [email protected]?

Hi STACY! Thank you very much for your comment and appreciation. You can follow this article regarding your issue.

https://www.exceldemy.com/insert-date-picker-in-excel/

If this doesn’t help, please let us know. You can also send your problem with your Excel file to this email address: [email protected]

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Hi Pete, you are right!

is the correct one.`Variance= ABS(new value-original value)/original value`

We are really grateful for your precious feedback. We have updated the Excel file and main content accordingly.

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Hi Deepak!

The following formula can match two criteria and return multiple matches:

`=INDEX($E$2:$E$14, SMALL(IF(COUNTIF($G$2, $C$2:$C$14)*COUNTIF($H$2, $D$2:$D$14), ROW($A$2:$E$14)-`

`MIN(ROW($A$2:$E$14))+1), ROW(A1)), COLUMN(A1))`

Here,

`$E$2:$E$14`

= Column to return matches`$G$2 and $H$2`

= Criteria 1 and 2`$C$2:$C$14`

and`$D$2:$D$14`

= The columns of main data respective to criteria 1 and 2In a similar way, you can add any number of criteria.

Thank you for being with us.

Hi MAHENDRA TRIVEDI! You can use the following formula to compare two columns and return multiple matches in a single cell:

`=TEXTJOIN(",",TRUE,IF(A5:A15=D5,B5:B15,""))`

Here,

A5:A15= Range for matching criteria

B5:B15 = Range of the values to return

D5= Lookup value

TRUE ignores all the empty cells.

Check the 3rd case of the following article to know more details.

https://www.exceldemy.com/index-match-return-multiple-values/

Thanks for being with us. Best regards.

Hi CLÉMENTINE! You have to select the newly added data from the filter list first (mark the

Select Allbox for that). Then the filter command will work as usual. Thanks!Hi Stevoisiak! Hope you are doing well.

Suppose you have the following name in

cell B5.Mr. Brian Charles LaraTo extract all the parts of this name, use the following formulas.

To separate

prefix:`=LEFT(B5,SEARCH(" ",B5)-1)`

To separate

first name:`=MID(B5,SEARCH(" ",B5)+1,SEARCH(" ",B5,SEARCH(" ",B5)+1)-(SEARCH(" ",B5)+1))`

To separate

middle name:`=MID(B5,SEARCH(" ",B5,SEARCH(" ",B5,1)+1)+1,SEARCH(" ",B5,SEARCH(" ",B5,SEARCH(" ",B5,1)+1)+1)-(SEARCH(" ",B5,SEARCH(" ",B5,1)+1)+1))`

To separate

last name:`=RIGHT(B5,LEN(B5)-FIND("^",SUBSTITUTE(B5," ","^",LEN(B5)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(B5," ","")))))`

You can check the following article too, to know more.

https://www.exceldemy.com/separate-first-middle-last-name-with-excel-formula/

Best Regards.

Hi DAVID BAKER! Hope you are well!

This article will help you to highlight specific data in cells.

https://www.exceldemy.com/highlight-specific-text-in-excel-cell-vba/

Best Regards.

Hi GEOFFREY! Your problem is not quite clear to us. However, if you simply copy and paste the cell contents, the hyperlinks will also be pasted. If this is not what you were expecting, then we would request you to elaborate on your issue. You can also send your Excel file to us through email. Thank you!

We appreciate your nice suggestion, ANTHONY! You can also see the following article to know about all the Paste Options in Excel.

https://www.exceldemy.com/paste-options-in-excel/

Thank you for being with us. 🙂

Hi Sara, the macro in #9 works fine on our part. Have you changed the Range(B5:D14) according to your dataset? If you have typed the range correctly, and still the macro is not working for the last row, please let us know.

Hi Rakesh! I hope this formula will do the task for you.

`=TEXTJOIN("",TRUE,IFERROR((MID(A1,ROW(INDIRECT("1:"&LEN(A1))),1)*1),""))`

Here are more ways to extract just numbers from your data.

https://www.exceldemy.com/extract-only-numbers-from-excel-cell/