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Posted on 2013-11-14
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Hi,

Have this:

Call Date: 09/13/14

Dim CallDate As String
CallDate = Replace("Call Date: ", "Call Date: ", "")

I just want the 09/13/14 to be the end value and remove "Call Date: " completly
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Question by:Computer Guy
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by:Martin Liss
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Is "Call Date: 09/13/14" in a cell? If so then if it's in A1

Range("A1").Value = Replace(Range("A1").Value, "Call Date:", "")
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by:Kimputer
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You should read the hints better when typing in the function:

CallDate = Replace(CallDate, "Call Date: ", "")

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by:Computer Guy
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@Kimputer

Hi,

I tried that, but it removes the entire line of data "Call Date: 09/13/14"
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Can you please use copy & paste for my code ? I tested it here on Excel 2007
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