Changing format number

jpen

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Hi All,

I have a txt file which I import in Excel for further analyses. Only in the txt file a point is used for number seperation. Will I work with a comma. How can I change this by using a macro?

Thanks
 

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Oh dear!

One way is:

1. Select the data and choose Edit, Replace from the menu. Replace . with @
2. Repeat, replacing , with .
3. Repeat replacing @ with ,

If you record your actions you will be able to automate it for future use.
 
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