ecel formula

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There is column A that has a string. In column B, I need to extract out the names that have this tendency – they usually start after pipe character and end with a comma. See attached
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excel-formula-magic.xlsx
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Haris DulicCommented:
Hi,

use this formula
=+MID(A2;FIND("|";A2)+1;FIND(",";A2)-FIND("|";A2)-1)

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or take a look in the attached file
excel-formula-magic_out---Copy.xlsx
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RayneAuthor Commented:
Hello Harris,

thank you for this. This is awesome :)
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RayneAuthor Commented:
Hi Harris,

Can you please explain the formula? I was out for a whiile
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