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Seperate values in an Excel cell

Posted on 2012-04-10
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I have cell with the following value
1.87/1
13.29/1
0.76/1
1.37/1
1.47/1

I would like to extract this into 2 cells as shown below the / is the character which seperates the value
1.87    1
13.29  1
0.76    1
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Question by:GiaHughes
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select the column
Click on data at the top
Click on "Text to Column"
click next
click other and in text box put /
click finish
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Good solution
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