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CN=Admin David Lamont,OU=IT Admin Accounts,OU=Information Technology,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Dean Beckenham,OU=Departed Users,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Maureen Henderson,OU=Managers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Bill Rands,OU=Managers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Kelly Blake,OU=Swale Housing,OU=Administrators,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Sarah Cooper,OU=Resident Liaison Officers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Kerri McNulty,OU=Resident Liaison Officers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Jane Phillips,OU=Resident Liaison Officers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
CN=Ken Chamberlain,OU=Managers,OU=Housing,OU=Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local


The list above ive exported over from AD.  I saved it as a csv file but all i want is the users, dont want CN or ou.  Is there a excel formula to get of the cn and all the ou and dc.  All i want on the spread sheet is the users names thats it.

Thank you for all your help
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by:jimyX
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You can use this formula for A1:
=SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"CN=",""),"OU=","")

And copy down.
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by:happyexchange
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Hi i did that coomand but i got this

Dean Beckenham,Departed Users,Personnel,DC=axiseurope,DC=local
Is there a way in Excel so it just shows Dean Beckenham.

Thank you
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jimyX earned 500 total points
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Sorry I misread your data. Please try this one:
=MID(A1,4,FIND(",",A1)-4)
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by:happyexchange
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Thank you
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