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# Tag: LOWER function

## How to create email address from name in Excel

To build email addresses using first and last names, you can use a formula that concatenates values, with help from the LOWER and LEFT functions as needed. See example below: Formula =LOWER(LEFT(first)&last)&”@domain.com” Explanation In the example shown, the formula in D5 is: =LOWER(LEFT(C5)&B5)&”@”&”acme.com” How this formula works For a name like “Tim Brown”, this formula builds an email address like…

## Normalize text by removing punctuations, extra spaces and more in Excel

To remove some of the natural complexity of text (strip punctuation, normalize case, remove extra spaces) you can use a formula based on the SUBSTITUTE function, with help from the TRIM and LOWER functions. Instance There may be times when you need to remove some of the variability of text before other processing. Case Study One example is when you…

## How to Capitalize first letter in a sentence in Excel

This tutorial shows how to capitalize first letter in Excel. In Microsoft office word it is called sentence case, in Excel to capitalize the first letter in a word or string, you can use a formula based on the LEFT, MID, and LEN functions. Formula =UPPER(LEFT(A1))&MID(A1,2,LEN(A1)) Explanation  In the example shown, the formula in C5 is: =UPPER(LEFT(B5))&MID(B5,2,LEN(B5)) How this formula works…

## Change Case: Uppercase, Lowercase, Propercase in Excel

How to convert text to capital letters and more in Excel Often times computer users find it difficult to change case in Excel. Imagine working on a huge volume of excel data and you need to convert a record to capital letters or the reverse. Boom! your stuck because it is not word document. We all know that in Microsoft word…