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In my Excel spreadsheet:-

  • In Cells A1 and down I have cities listed. For instance Cell A1 has: "Daytona Beach, FL"
  • In Cells B1 and down I have some generic information with the word CITY in it. For instance: Cell B1 has "Compare mortgage & refinance rates from different mortgage lenders and brokers in CITY. Find the home refinance rate you were looking for in CITY."

Is there a formula to replace the word CITY that is in the contents of Cell B1 with the contents of Cell A1?

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In a third cell

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Perfect! Thank you. :D – user1667462 Sep 13 '12 at 4:24

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