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How to get the first word of text in Excel

Learn how to get the first word of a text in Excel – Excel quick tip

By Ilkka Mäkinen | 10 March, 2016

If you need to get the first word of any text in Excel, this is a handy quick tip for you. In this post I will show you how to get the first word or any number of characters of a text in Excel.

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