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Add an empty column by right-clicking on the top of the column next to the existing column of names, then select Insert. Click the Data tab. Click on the top of the column with your contacts' names to highlight the whole column. Click Text to Columns. Select "Delimited" and click Next.
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Select a blank cell, here I select the Cell G1, and type this formula =LEFT(E1,3) (E1 is the cell you want to extract the first 3 characters from), press Enter button, and drag fill handle to the range you want. Then you see the first 3 characters are extracted.
An initial is the first letter of a given name, therefore yes, you are correct in your assumption that you have to put the first letter of your first name.
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On the worksheet, click the cell in which you want to enter the formula. Type the = (equal sign) followed by the constants and operators (up to 8192 characters) that you want to use in the calculation. For our example, type =1+1. Notes: Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac).
Just select all the cells at the same time, then enter the formula normally as you would for the first cell. Then, when you're done, instead of pressing Enter, press Control + Enter. Excel will add the same formula to all cells in the selection, adjusting references as needed.
Get the example data and create a copy. To start, move to the first row. Each formula in a spreadsheet starts with = Press Enter or tab . Try changing the number in one of the original cells (apples or plums) you should see the value in total update automatically.
Using formulas in spreadsheets can allow you to quickly make calculations and get totals of multiple cells, rows, or columns in a spreadsheet. In the picture below is an example of a Microsoft Excel formula =SUM(A$1:A$3), which adds the total of cells A1, A2, and A3. In this formula, SUM is the function of the formula.
If you need to sum a column or row of numbers, let Excel do the math for you. Select a cell next to the numbers you want to sum, click AutoSum on the Home tab, press Enter, and you're done. When you click AutoSum, Excel automatically enters a formula (that uses the SUM function) to sum the numbers. Here's an example.
Extract first n characters B3 is the cell you extract characters from, 3 is the number of characters you want to extract. Press Enter key to get the extracted result. Then drag fill handle over the cells to apply this formula.
Select a blank cell, here I select the Cell G1, and type this formula =LEFT(E1,3) (E1 is the cell you want to extract the first 3 characters from), press Enter button, and drag fill handle to the range you want. Then you see the first 3 characters are extracted.
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