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Formula to convert name fields into email addresses in 2007

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi Experts

How would you write a formula to convert peoples names from col A into email address with a fixed @bbb.com in col B (all names have a space between first and last name in col a)

Col A             Col B
P Keilah        P.keilah@bbb.com

thanks
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Question by:route217
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by:Pratima Pharande
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write formula in colb like

=CONCATENATE(A1;"@bbb.com")
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Use this in column B:
=SUBSTITUTE(A1," ",".")&"@bbb.com"
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by:MINDSUPERB
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Use this formula:

=LEFT(A1,1)&"."&RIGHT(A1,LEN(A1)-2)&"@bbb.com"

Sincerely,
Ed
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by:Pratima Pharande
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try this

=CONCATENATE(REPLACE(A1;SEARCH(" ";A1);1;".");"@bbb.com")
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by:route217
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many Thanks for the feedback...
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by:Rikin Shah
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Try this..

=CONCATENATE(SUBSTITUTE(A1," ","."),"@bbb.com")
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by:rowanscott
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Hi

I would advise going a step further and use the trim function to remove extraneous spaces in the names.

=SUBSTITUTE(TRIM(A1)," ",".") & "@bbb.com"

Depending on the source of the data it is quite possible you have some extra spaces in there somewhere.

Best regards

Rowan
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