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field in acces split into two fields by using space

Posted on 2008-10-23
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I have an Access database that has first name and last name in the same field

Field1
Sally Jensen
I want them to split into two in a queyr

Field1              Field2
Sally               Jensen
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try:
SELECT Left([Field],Instr([Field]," ")) as [first], Mid([Field], Instr([Field]," "), Len([Field]) ) as [last] FROM Table

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by:Sheils
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try

select Trim(Left(Name, SpacePosition - 1)) as FirstName, Trim(Mid(Name, SpacePosition + 1)) as LastName
from tableName


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glad to help
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