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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Mar 16, 2000

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Copying Part of a String

Question:
I have a little problem which I can't solve. I will give the question with an example.

I'm working with Excel. In a cell the string "100dpi.txt" is written. Is it possible to copy a part of this string "100dpi" to another cell? How should I do this? In this example the "part of the string" contains six characters before the dot. This part of the string can vary from one to eight characters.

Answer:
This is easy to do using the InStr function and the Left function:

Dim strFilename
Dim strPortion
strFilename = "100dpi.txt"
strPortion = Left(strFilename, InStr(strFilename, ".") - 1)
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