## How to extract word from string in Excel: first, last, or nth

This tutorial will show you straightforward ways to extract a word or words in Excel without using complex formulas.

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This tutorial will show you straightforward ways to extract a word or words in Excel without using complex formulas.

Learn how to separate names in Excel (first, last, or middle) using regular Excel formulas and advanced functions.

Learn how to use the Excel SUBSTRING function to extract text before or after a character and find a substring surrounding a character.

To count rows that contain specific values, apply the ROWCRT function or use a formula with the MMULT, TRANSPOSE, COLUMN, and SUM functions.

To count unique text values in a range, you can use a formula with the SUM and COUNTIF functions.

To get column totals of a range that contain numeric values, use the TOTALCOL function or a custom formula that uses the MMULT function.

To get row totals of a range that contain numeric values, use the TOTALROW function or a custom formula with the MMULT function.

To sum comma-separated values in Excel that are in a single cell, you can use the SUMCSV or FILTERXML functions.

You can use the Excel COMPARE function to extract common values from two lists and get the result into a dynamic array.

To count cells that do not contain errors, use the COUNTX function which works great with different data types in a given range.

To count cells that contain specific text in Excel, you can use the COUNTTEXT, COUNTIF, or SUMPRODUCT functions.

To add years to date in Excel, you can use the XDATE function instead of built-in functions like YEAR, MONTH, and DAY.