Deleting text after a number with vba

I am using Excel 2003

I am looking for vba code that will look at a cell and delete all spaces and text after the first occuring string of numbers (this could be any random numbers 100.00 or 10,000 or 0.00 or 0  with or without a decimal point).

Therefore if the cell has "Marketing Area 234.0 plus any text which may include a randum number like 99" what I need is "Marketing Area 234.0"

Therefore if the cell has "Book Plot 9,234 plus any extra text which may include a randum number  102 for example" what I need is "Book Plot 9,234"

Many thanks
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Jorge PaulinoIT Pro/DeveloperCommented:
Try this way =GetPartialText(A1)
Public Function GetPartialText(rng As Range) As String
Dim str() As String, s As Variant
Dim result As String

str = Split(rng.Value)

For Each s In str
    result = result & " " & s
    If IsNumeric(Replace(s, ",", ".")) Then Exit For

GetPartialText = Trim(result)

End Function

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Jorge PaulinoIT Pro/DeveloperCommented:
Place this function in a module
PeterWhittsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that but it doesn't work for "Book Plot 9,234.00 plus any extra text which may include a randum number  102 for example".

You get the whole string
Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
in jpaulino's solution change

    If IsNumeric(Replace(s, ",", ".")) Then Exit For
    If IsNumeric(Replace(s, ",", "")) Then Exit For
PeterWhittsAuthor Commented:
Many thanks for the joint answer
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