How you can remove the first character in excel cells. This method works fine even if the first character is different character/text in each cell.
Before: 03Amazing Excel
After: Amazing Excel
In the above example, we removed first two character that is, 03 from the excel cell.
Sometimes we need to remove extra characters which come in excel cells. If those additional characters are all of the same type or same characters, then we can easily remove those by using Find and Replace method.
But what if, if all of those are characters are different, and they are the ‘last character’ in excel cells?
In excel there are three different cases available as follows.
=PROPER() capitalizes the first letter of each word (like Title Case)
= UPPER() – forces all letters to be UPPERCASE
= LOWER() – forces all letters to be lower case
Tip: If you are looking for online case converter, then visit this case converter site to convert case.
If you have a column with name and surname with space between them and now you want to remove this space and add an underscore (_) between these two words, then Find and Replace is useful.
For example, In B column we have Amazing Excel, which we want to replace with Amazing_Excel and same for all in selected cells.