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Posted on 2011-03-16
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Good Afternoon

I am looking to do a find and replace on the following sum:

=(SUMPRODUCT((Centre=C$4)*(TEXT(Date,"mmmm yyyy")="JANUARY 2011")*(Group=$A5)*(Value>0)*(Value)))

Replace *(Value)
For ,Value)

When I do the find and repalce I am left with ,Value) as the value in the cells?

Many thanks
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Question by:Washcare
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by:kiran_ramisetti
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select Exact word option do the replace operaton
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by:Washcare
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I do not seem to have that option?
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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If you want to replace an actaul * you need to precede with a tilde symbol ~ so that Excel knows you are not using * as a wildcard, so use this in "Find what"

~*(Value)

regards, barry
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Many thanks
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