I am trying to simplify a check reconcilliattion process for one of my customers. They download their online banking statements as an Excel spreadhseet which we then import into a MS access table. One of the fields is 'Description'. The check number lies within the description field. I want to pull the check numbers as a separate field that the user can sort on and use for reconcilation. There are many different 'Descriptions' and types of checks. The only thing that is consistent among all of the different types is that the 4 digit check number always follows the literal string "CHECK". There is always at least one space between "CHECK" and the check number but there may be several. Examples:
are all possible.
There also may be information on the line preceeding "CHECK' and following the check number. There will always be at least one space after the check number if another field follows it. Examples:
Blah Blah CHECK 1234 Blah
CHECK 1234 Blah
Blah CHECK 1234
are all possible.
Any quicky way to pull the check number from this string?
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