Parse APT, #, Suite from Address


New Member
Apr 13, 2011
In Excel 2010 need to have the apt number removed from the address 1 and stored in address 2.

"8562 WASHINGTON AVE # 8" needs to be separated into two cells.

I'm using the function below but need to address "APT" and "Suite" also somehow.


gives me: 8562 WASHINGTON AVE


gives me: #8

note: I2 = =SEARCH("#";H2)-3

I WANT TO COVER #, APT AND SUITE WITH THE SAME FUNCTION. But when I make it an if or statement like the one below I get a #value! error.

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Gerald Higgins

Well-known Member
Mar 26, 2007
Maybe this
Note that I have used "," as argument separators instead of ";" .

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