Learn Excel 2013 – “Split 1 Cell into 2 Cells”: Podcast #1706

May 9, 2013 at 1:41 pm


Today Bill looks at using ‘Text to Columns’ to split up Data in a single Cell. In this Learn Excel from MrExcel Podcast, Bill shows us the use of =LEFT, =MID, The ‘Flash Fill’ feature in Excel 2013 and more. Follow along with MrExcel in Episode #1706 as he designs a means to achieve splitting Data from a single Cell.

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