tab cells and relocating ?

Matkalg

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Joined
Apr 1, 2003
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can i tab tight words into new cells ie:
lovereallyhurtswithoutyoubillyocean
(cell 1) should be love really hurts without you - (cell 2)billy ocean

when i removed the spaces from the front and back of my cell with this formula : =TRIM(PROPER(C1)) i cant change the text in the cell anymore can i now change it to a text i can edit... (y)
thanks again
 

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Oaktree

MrExcel MVP
Joined
Jun 20, 2002
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  1. 365
To remove the numbers, try:

=RIGHT(A1,LEN(A1)-SEARCH(" ",A1))

You cannot automatically "tab tight words into new cells".
 

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