Removing blanks from credit card entries in Microsoft Excel

I was asked recently how to get rid of blanks in credit card entries within an Excel worksheet, e.g 1000 2000 3000 4000 should read 1000200030004000.

The way I did it was select all cells in the Credit card column, and clicked the Format Cells dialog box launcher in the Number group.

I formatted the cells as Number with 0 decimal places.

Then from the Home tab, in the Editing group, I clicked Replace (or use keyboard shortcut Ctrl + H.

I pressed the spacebar in the Find box, then just clicked in the Replace box and clicked Replace All. All blanks were removed.

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About jdonbavand

I am a trainer of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project and Crystal Reports. I have called my blog "If Only I'd Known That...." because I hear it so many times in training sessions. In fact, if only I had a £100 (or 150 Aussie dollars)for every time someone says "If only I'd known that." ....
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