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Hi Tom,

I will use a real case to a better explanation:

I have in the column E4 this text :

FS-PN-5143001 C1A1 FUSIVEL LIMITADOR

I use a formula to retire everything that is before the space, this is the formula:

=ESQUERDA(E4;PROCURAR(" ";E4)-1)

and the result is : FS-PN-5143001

But now i want a formula that keeps everything that is before the 1° space, i want a formula that returns me this:

C1A1 FUSIVEL LIMITADOR

Can you help me with that?

Thank you very much

Thiago,

I can't give you the spanish or whatever language your function names are. But in English the functions would be

=MID(E4,FIND(" ",E4)+1,255)

if you already have

FS-PN-5143001

in a cell by using your formula then let's say that is cell is F4

so in say G4 you could have

=Trim(substitute(E4,F4,""))

Where I have used "," you would use ";" and replace my function names with your equivalent function names.

Hope this leads you to a solution.

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Regards,

Tom Ogilvy

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