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You could have some non-breaking spaces in a formula -- see Trim ALL macro. Calculation = xl Calculation Manual 'pre XL97 xl Manual Dim cell As Range Dim ix as Long t Cells = Selection. Removing and converting characters may make record unsuitable to a database that is used to having certain characters as filler, which in some cases could include doubled spaces.Reenter using Worksheet solutions after changing the format, one of the following should work. Useful for such things as dates coming in from csv file that were not accepted as dates but have date content. You can check an individual cell with =LEN(C2) and =CODE(LEFT(C2)) and =CODE(MID(C2, LEN(C2),1)) if you experience some problems in your data.
The CODE Worksheet Function determines the ASCII code for a single character. The use of Special Cells prevents truly empty [ISEMPTY in VBA or ISBLANK in Excel] cells from being processed.
Finding out how Excel is recognizing your data is the first step, you can use worksheet functions individually, but you might want to check a lot of cells at one time. Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic 'pre XL97 xl Automatic Application.
Start with selecting a group of cells such as columns D: F to find out if they are blank, numbers, or text. Screen Updating = True done: End Sub Sub Re Enter As Values() 'D. Dim Rng As Range On Error Go To done Set Rng = Intersect(Selection, Selection.
if using F2 and Enter will speed up the process this will be faster. Chip Pearson's “Cell View” addin makes viewing code within a cell easier than repeated use of CODE(cell).
Instructions to install and use a macro at the top of this page actually refer you to another page — Gettting started with macros.