Delete all spaces from a string

dunnes

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May 21, 2003
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Hi,
im just writing a bit of VBA code in excel and wondered how i could remove all spaces from a string. I dont believe trim or ltrim/rtrim would work as these still leave spaces. An example of the string would be "Leeds_Bradford" (underscore is a space)and i want the output to be "LeedsBradford"
Any help would be great


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Juan Pablo González

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Try using the Replace$() or the SUBSTITUTE worksheet function, like

myString = Application.Substitute(myString, " ", "")
 

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