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Need a tricky Excel formula.
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nakiannu




msg:3431635
 11:24 pm on Aug 24, 2007 (gmt 0)

I'm hoping this is possible..

What I have is a name column like this:

ANTHONY D DE ROSE
EDUARDA J DE SOSA
EMANUEL O DE SOUSA
EMANUEL O DE SOUSA
JOSHUA W DEAN
DALE A DEBRUIN
JAMES F DEDIEGO
ROBERT COOLIDGE

And I need to end up with two columns; a FIRSTNAME and LASTNAME. (FIRSTNAME containing any middle initial and LASTNAME containing any two-part last name such as 'De Rose', etc).

Any ideas?

 

bill




msg:3432356
 8:11 am on Aug 26, 2007 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld nakiannu.

Try a search for Excel & separate names into individual columns [google.com].

hat tip to jessejump for the keywords

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