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VBA to Cleanup Excel Field

Last Modified: 2017-04-19
I have the following text and need to extract the Supplier Name from the field. If multiple, they should be separated by a comma. Everything else can be removed.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><RepeaterData><Version /><Items><Item><SupplierName type="System.String">HP Inc.</SupplierName><Indicator type="System.String">Purple</ClientIndicator><Selection type="System.Boolean">False</Selection></Item><Item><SupplierName type="System.String">Ricoh</SupplierName><Indicator type="System.String">Purple</Indicator ><Selection type="System.Boolean">False</Selection></Item><Item><SupplierName type="System.String">Xerox</SupplierName><Indicator type="System.String">Purple</ClientIndicator><Selection type="System.Boolean">False</Selection></Item></Items></RepeaterData>

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