Question Hello! I am not sure if this is possible, but I thought I would ask. I have two columns, one that displays rank and one that has a person's full name (last name first). I would like to combine the data to another cell with only the rank and last name displayed together. For example, the rank column reads "CAPT" and the name column reads "JONES JOHN PAUL" (no comas). I am trying to have the third column read "CAPT JONES". Thank you so much!
Answer Hi Larry,
Assume that CAPT is in A1 cell and JONES JOHN PAUL in B1 cell
JONES JOHN PAUL
In C1 =TRIM(A1&" "&IF(ISNUMBER(FIND(" ",TRIM(B1))),LEFT(TRIM(B1),FIND(" ",TRIM(B1))-1),TRIM(B1)))
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