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Old June 23rd, 2004, 07:55 PM
kevin kevin is offline
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Old July 3rd, 2006, 02:26 PM
sternface sternface is offline
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Default 1 field into 2

I cannot find where to post a question on this site. I know it must be me. and the question is how to separate 1 field into two fields in excel;
345 Main street is Field 1; I would like to separate it into two Fields:
Field 1 345
Field 2 Main street

And also maybe how to do it in access?

Thanks

Last edited by sternface : July 5th, 2006 at 02:18 AM. Reason: no one replied
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Old May 28th, 2008, 02:35 PM
Gomer Fackworth Gomer Fackworth is offline
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Originally Posted by kevin View Post
Folks -

You are reading this probably because you are considering participating in the Microsoft Office newsgroups. There are many contributors who have the widest experience imaginable of these products. More information, including the code of conduct, can be found at http://communities2.microsoft.com/li...RulesofConduct.

This forum is a web gateway to this collection of newsgroups. OfficeFrustration.com mirrors these discussions and allows you to participate through a high quality web forum.

Many people choose to access these groups through a newsreader (e.g. Outlook Express). I make no distinction about the merits of each way of accessing these newsgroups, OfficeFrustration.com merely offers an alternative to a newsreader.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with newsgroups or Usenet, the best description I've seen is at

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/usenet/what-is/part1 and http://www.faqs.org/faqs/usenet/what-is/part2

No one "owns" Usenet and the groups that are gatewayed into OfficeFrustration.com are mostly unmoderated. The feed that we provide is a service and is just a gateway into another discussion area. You're liable to see flaming, bad language, bad behaviour and a whole bunch of really objectionable stuff if you look hard enough.

But, as you continue to look, you'll see some real gems of information and some *very* knowledgeable folks.

Once again, OfficeFrustration.com doesn't own Usenet, has no control over its content and the feeds are provided without any interference (or moderation) from the folks on OfficeFrustration.com.

Usenet can be harsh at times - but the Microsoft newsgroup community as a whole has unparrelled knowledge and can be amazingly helpful.

To participate in the discussions through OfficeFrustration.com, you will need to register. Registration is quick and free.

I strongly recommend before posting for the first time to read through previous posts in the forum to get a feel for the style of that group. Also use the search function to check if your question has been asked before.

Please note, when posting from this website you are not only posting to this website forum, but to the newsgroup. Your message will be propagated to many hundreds / thousands of servers and will end up in other newsgroup archives such as this (E.g. http://groups.google.com).

To sum things up, I really hope you enjoy participating in these newsgroups and removing your own particular Microsoft Office frustrations, but read at your own risk .
Many thanks for your effort to set up this site. Over the years, I have endured dealing with/falling into the rabbit hole of Microsoft sites with their constantly changing logins and passports et al. Your site offers a simple login, a clean choice of forums, and certainly an expert community. I have bookmarked this site at the top of my list of helpdesks.

Thank you muchly!
 




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