Mid Function Usage

John Davis

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Hello All:

I have the following data in a cell (the dashes are included):

0000033733 - NYKU7904349 - 021012

What I need is two separate cells

Cell 1 would have 33733
Cell 2 would have NYKU7904349

I know this would require the MID Function, but I don't know how to set it up.
 

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Norie

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Why not use Data>Text to columns... with - as the delimiter?
 
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