Take out USD in a cell

I have a column of cells that have "USD " then a dollar amount. How can I have a column right next to it that will only have the number? The number is in the form "123.45" or if it is a credit it is "(60.00)".

For example

USD 123.45
USD (60.00)

I want the USD and space after deleted. Thanks!
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Select that cell where you want this to appear..then

Press ctrl+1 -->Format cells-->custom-->then paste the below formatting

[$USD] #,##0.00_);([$USD] #,##0.00)

Hit Ok and you are good to go...

Saurabh...
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
Press ctrl+1 -->Format cells-->custom-->then paste the below formatting
same as above,

but then select Currency then select USD in Symbol and then click ok.
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Assuming Values in column A and you want result in column B, use formula:

=VALUE(RIGHT(A1,LEN(A1)-4))

Then format as required.

Thanks
Rob H
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
I think , I & Saurabh got the question incorrectly. Or perhaps the question was changed :-)
How come two person would miss this. We understood it in the opposite way.

Rob formula works but here is a non formula approach

In home tab go to replace then in find field put USD with its space in replace field put nothing and click replace all and then al of USD with its space will disappear
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Alternative with non formula driven but still meets the request for it being in the next column.

Copy the column of values and paste into the next column, while that column/cells are still selected do the find and replace as suggested above.

Find:  "USD "       (with space)
Replace:               (leave blank)

With the cells selected, the replace will only affect those selected.
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