Carriage Returns when concatenating
I have an address cell which has data with multiple lines - eg:
School of Science Medical University
and I want to do a Find all: carriage returns and replace with a comma - though I don't know the code to use for the carriage returns .
I'm trying to automatically remove carriage returns from an Excel
200 Spreadsheet. I've tried the hold down alt and type 0010 or 0013 in the
find and replace, but without success.
This tutorial will show how to strip carriage returns (or any other character) from text strings by splitting the string up and then reassembling the resulting array.
How do I hide carriage returns? (the "boxes" behind a line of text)
I have a large number of records that I need to load into a text field on some in-house software.
The in house software has it's own inbuilt loader facility and I have no control over it. it expects a .csv file.
The problem is the data I have contains carriage returns which are making a complete mess when I try and create a .csv file.
Is there anyway to do a search and replace? and replace the carriage return with a space?
The data is currently in .xls but I could import into access if required.
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