parse Excel TEXT field

I'm a bit under the gun here doing a system upgrade tonight.  
I have a field (FullRecordKey) that contains a series of numbers (including mandatory leading zeros) that I need to parse into columns as follows:

Example
FullRecordKey              Leading           Account      Record ID
000000933500001      000000           9335              00001
000004088200006      00000           40882              00006
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Mark DrelingerMISAsked:
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
Insert these formulas and copy down:

B2:  =LEFT(A2,10-LEN(C2))
C2:  =VALUE(LEFT(A2,10))
D2:  =RIGHT(A2,5)

Regards,
-Glenn
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Mark DrelingerMISAuthor Commented:
wow - impressive and cool.  Thank you for teaching me that. Regards.
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
You're Welcome.
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