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Pull address data out of excel field

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I have column of address in the format:

Street Address, City, State such as:

10675 Scripps Poway Pkwy, San Diego, CA

In Column C I need just the street address (everything before the first comma)

I'll post different questions for column City.
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Question by:cansevin
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In your query you can use:

SELECT
  Mid([YourField],1,InStr([YourField],",")-1) AS Address,
  Mid(Mid([YourField],InStr([YourField],",")+1),1,InStr(Mid([YourField],InStr([YourField],",")+1),",")-1) AS City
FROM YourTable;

/gustav
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Patrick Matthews earned 1000 total points
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Assuming this is actually in Excel...

=LEFT(A2,FIND(",",A2)-1)
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