4 Easy Ways in Excel to Convert Numbers Stored as Text to Numbers – Workbook Included



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4 quick and simple methods to use in Excel to convert a range of numbers that are stored as text to be stored as numbers. This is an important thing to know how to do when working with large data sets, especially when that data is imported into Excel from other programs or CSV files.

The methods show here will work on any version of Excel and should be considered key tools to memorize for any daily spreadsheet user.

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14 Comments

  • Thank you so much it really solved my problem. . . .

    WolfMan BFG
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Thanks a lot, much appreciated.

    Harshit Jajodia
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Thank you for this video!!! I am working on a pricing sheets with all kinds of issues! This fixed one of the bigger ones for me…that text to columns….wow! WFH sure allows for great Youtube training! 🙂

    Mz.Chrisy KK
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Text to Column was the trick. Thanks!

    jayha22
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • thanks. But what if I have tonnes of these cells. I

    forte
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • you are the best

    Honey Tina
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • This is very very helpful! Thank you so much!!!

    TheLoquilla1
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • How to convcert text for example 93,3 to number? Text to column function doesnt work, or only work if you want to cut commas away..

    Miha Kopač
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Very useful tips, thanks

    SANJIB KUMAR
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Hello sir, how to convert text to numbers in a horizontal row?

    Archana patil
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Thank you so much. When i entry numeric via data entry form then it store as text. Now i solved this problem by your formula.

    Sufia Roma
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • Great video~ Thank you so much for your kind help!

    Pankaj Verma
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • It just happens that I was struggling with a match formula issue today.  However, I am matching one column with another column that both contain two integers and two letters (in caps).  Ex: 04TT in cell A2 and 04TC in cell B2.  The match formula did not recognize that these are different.  I ended up just doing a simple  =A2=B2. I tried to figure out how to fix this via formatting, but was unsuccessful.  Do you have any thoughts by any chance on how I could format this differently.

    Hedy Elizabeth
    Posted July 9, 2020
  • This is very Useful tutorial !
    thank you for your tips
    it makes our jobs easier 😉

    Mina Romany
    Posted July 9, 2020

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