Excel Multiple Keyword Extraction from cell

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KK3008

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I am trying to create a Formula(s) that will extract the campaign name that generated the lead in the sheet.

Campaign Name
2016_00_InboundWeb_Request_A_Demo
2016_04_PPC_Google_Generic
2016_09_Hotleads_EngagementPrograms
2016_12_Telemarketing_Infocore_Medical
2016_04_PPC_Google_Generic

The output needs to be like-

Campaign NameExample New Column
2016_00_InboundWeb_Request_A_Demo

InboundWeb
2016_04_PPC_Google_Generic


PPC_Google
 

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