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Hi,

in my selection data my strName currently = theresa.carey@ticketmaster.co.uk (i also have a number of other names in my selection data but don't want to have to input the whole name only first and last name. for example Theresa Carey.

How can i build it into my code to exclude the . @ticketmaster.co.uk?

Let me know if this makes any sense and if not i am happy to send a file across.

Regards
Theresa

RE: strName

Hi Theresa, thanks for your query. Try this out:


***

strname = "theresa.carey@ticketmaster.co.uk"

MsgBox Left(strname, Len(strname) - 19)

***

Hope this helps,

Anthony

Fri 27 May 2011: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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