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Breaking apart text using Excel Many times, lists from computer programs or copied from web pages have extra spaces. Excel has a function called TRIM that removes extra spaces; if there are two or more spaces in the middle of a string Excel takes out all but one, and if there are multiple spaces at the end of the string Excel removes all of them. To use the function, enter the header TRIMMED in Cell B1 then enter the formula =TRIM(A2). To show how the function works, note in the image that I added spaces in front of the first name, Jane. The TRIM function removes all of the extra spaces. In Cell C1, enter the header Comma and in Cell C2 enter the formula: =FIND(",",B2). In English, this formula means Look in Cell B2 and find out where the comma is. When you press enter, Cell C2 will return the number 6 (if the name in Cell B2 is Smith, Jane) which is the position of the comma in the string. We perform the function on the trimmed name. The TRIM command is nice for removing unwanted spaces, use the FIND to locate that comma and identify how much space to the right of the comma is needed. And Voila, a perfectly formatted cell every time. Place this in D2good ole microsoft. a dozen ways to do everything. ctrl a crtl c, right click the desktop new text. enter enter, (opens the txt file) crtl v, paste the names and comma s to the txt. save as comma delimited, close open with excel and you will get tall ugg two columns. of course just one more way, takes me about 1 minute. when i need to send names back to my nortel switch via a script i can not use the comma and have to use txt to clear the carriage return at the end of each excel script paste. send a1 gives me the content of a1 and a return. turning the excel into a txt, i drop the carriage return. then i can insert the space. another great reason to use linux. tied the mr gates at work, but when i have the choice. linux, dsl Thanks for your comment. Text to columns works in a lot of cases; this technique can give you more control. You can also use it to modify the text. For instance, instead of pulling the entire first name, you could pull just the first character and then add in a ugg black period. It would be like this (I m assuming the first name is in cell A5): =LEFT(A5,1) ampersand is a shortcut for concatenating (sticking together) two pieces of text, in this case the first character on the left, along with (by the a period real cheap ugg boots (inside the quotes). You can t make those kinds of on the fly changes to your data using text to columns.

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Breaking Dawn Part 2 The "Twilight" saga has been going on for so long that the second half of "Breaking Dawn" is going to feel like midafternoon. Despite its worldwide appeal and another expected bonanza at the box office, even star Kristen Stewart is a bit tired of it. "Thank cheap black ugg boots God I had the opportunity to do smaller movies like The Runaways, Welcome to the Rileys and On the Road in between," the young star told a German interviewer, referring to the films she s made between "Twilight" movies. "Otherwise, I d probably have turned mad." That Stewart didn t mention "Snow White and the Huntsman" was probably an oversight. But we sort of know how she feels. "Twilight" was always intended as a teen phenomenon and more specifically a teen girl phenomenon. The hyper romantic aura of vampiricism with its heady mix of sex, blood and passion has proved to be catnip to the adolescent female audience. "You don t want to exclude anybody," director Bill Condon said during the lead up to "BD Part I," "but so much of movie culture is aimed at adolescent boy fantasies, it s good to have a movie that s not only aimed toward women, but is about women. All movies are fantasies, but very few of them these days connect to what women dream about." What they dream about, according to "Breaking Dawn Part 2" which opens Nov. 16 and concludes an adventure that began with Stephenie Meyer s first "Twilight" novel in 2005 is marriage, motherhood and finding the perfect vampire. Unfortunately for the newly immortal Bella (Stewart), her now 111 year old husband, Edward (Robert Pattinson), and their child, Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy), not everyone shares their sense of bliss. A vampire named Irina reports to the Volturi, or vampire council, that Bella and Edward have begotten an "immortal child," forbidden by the rule book of the undead. The Cullens then gather around them various vampire clans as defense witnesses; Irina is executed; the Volturi jury remains out on what to do about the half human, half vampire child. Both Stewart and Meyer have alluded to a "surprise ending" to "Breaking Dawn Part 2," although it seems unclear whether this is a change in the story or just its perspective Meyer has hinted that the film s point of view will be as important as the plotline. It hardly seems to matter: The franchise has thus ugg slippers for men far grossed $2.5 billion worldwide, and there s no reason to think the new film won t equal or outdo its predecessors. When teens turn mean But even in its ghoulish success, the "Twilight" saga points up the fragility of the teen fan base: When they turn, they turn mean. Teenagers not only decide they don t like something, they decide that what they used to like stinks maybe because it represents the embarrassing self they used to be, and the way they used to feel, before they became so mature. Seeming to know that, the producers of the "Twilight" movies have made their films quickly, ostensibly to prevent their stars from aging too dramatically out of the roles. But one suspects the aging of the audience was just as big a consideration. This haste to make the movies led to the first of several public relations missteps, which included the dumping of Rachelle Lefevre (who played Victoria in the first two films) in favor of Bryce Dallas Howard, and the earlier loss of director Catherine Hardwicke, who had taken the first "Twilight" movie to a nearly $400 million global payday. "I never imagined doing a sequel," she said at the time. "For one thing, I loved the first book the best, to be honest. But when it made all this money, my agent said, Maybe they ll really let you do what you want, and give you more time I knew Chris Nolan had three years between Batman movies, and Jon Favreau had two years between Iron Man. "But the fact that the kids are not supposed to age meant they wanted to release the new movie a year to the date of the first, so I would have had less prep time than argyle ugg boots I had on the first one." Whatever the reasoning, Hardwicke directed only one "Twilight" movie. Likewise, Chris Weitz ("The Twilight Saga: New Moon") and David Slade ("The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"). That Condon ("Dreamgirls") has done two might suggest an uncharacteristic consistency, but both "Breaking Dawn" films arise from the same book. "I feel lucky I got to do the third act of this story," he said. "So much of it had been buildup. Everything was foreplay in those first three movies, but now everything starts to happen." Bad romance He had no idea. The publicist s dream romance between the films stars, Stewart and Pattinson crashed and burned: In July of this year, US Weekly ran photos of Stewart snuggling with her "Snow White" director, Rupert Sanders, prompting her to issue a public apology. ("This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most: Rob. I love him, I love him, I m so sorry.") Sanders wife may or may not be filing for divorce. And they say vampires are messy. That any of this will affect the success of "Breaking Dawn Part 2" seems beyond the realm of possibility. In fact, the sensation of scandal, like a transfusion, might actually inject life into a franchise that couldn t help but grow anemic, as its fan base grows long in the tooth.

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