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Como reorganizar o texto em uma célula no Excel?

Suponha que você tenha uma planilha com uma longa lista de nomes que formata todos como “Sobrenome Nome”, e agora você precisa reorganizar todos os nomes para “Nome, Sobrenome”. Como conseguir isso? Este artigo apresentará três métodos para ajudá-lo a resolver o problema.

Reorganizar o texto em uma célula com fórmula
Reorganizar o texto em uma célula com o código VBA
Reorganize rapidamente o texto em uma célula com o Kutools para Excel

Reorganizar o texto em uma célula com fórmula

A fórmula abaixo pode ajudá-lo a inverter o sobrenome e o nome em uma célula no Excel. Faça o seguinte.

1. Selecione uma célula em branco para produzir o texto reorganizado, insira a fórmula abaixo nela e pressione a tecla Enter.

= TRIM (MID (b2, SEARCH ("", b2) +1,250)) & "" & LEFT (b2, SEARCH ("", b2) -1)

Nota: na fórmula, B2 é a célula que contém o nome que você irá reorganizar. Por favor, mude de acordo com sua necessidade.

2. Continue selecionando a célula de resultado, arraste a alça de preenchimento para baixo para virar todos os nomes conforme a imagem mostrada abaixo.

Reorganize facilmente o texto em uma célula no Excel:

O Texto reverso utilidade de Kutools for Excel pode ajudá-lo a trocar texto facilmente em uma célula por determinado separador no Excel. Veja a imagem abaixo:
Baixe e experimente! (30-dia de trilha livre)

Reorganizar o texto em uma célula com o código VBA

Além disso, você pode aplicar o código VBA abaixo para inverter todos os nomes em uma lista de uma vez no Excel. Faça o seguinte.

1. aperte o outro + F11 chaves para abrir o Microsoft Visual Basic para Aplicações janela.

2. No Microsoft Visual Basic para Aplicações janela, clique em inserção > Módulo. Em seguida, copie o código VAB abaixo para a janela Módulo.

Código VBA: reorganizar o texto em uma célula

Sub RearrangeText() 
'Updated by Extendoffice 20180503
Dim xRg As Range, yRg As Range 
Dim LastRow As Long, i As Long 
Dim strTxt As String, strFs As String 
Dim strLs As String, N As Integer 
On Error Resume Next 
Set xRg = Application.InputBox(Prompt:="Range Selection:", _ 
Title:="Kutools for excel", Type:=8) 
For Each yRg In xRg 
On Error Resume Next 
strTxt = yRg.Value 
Trim (strTxt) 
N = InStr(strTxt, " ") 
strLs = Left(strTxt, N - 1) 
strFs = Right(strTxt, Len(strTxt) - N) 
yRg.Value = strFs & " " & strLs 
End Sub

3. Then a Kutools for Excel dialog box pops up, please select the name list you want to rearrange, and then click the OK button. See screenshot:

Then all “Last name First name” in selected list are flipped immediately.

Quickly rearrange text in a cell with Kutools for Excel

This section will introduce the Reverse Text Order utility of Kutools for Excel to help you rearrange text in a cell.

Before applying Kutools for Excel, please download and install it firstly.

1. Select the name list you will flip the “Last name First name”, then click Kutools > Text > Reverse Text Order. See screenshot:

2. In the Reverse Text dialog box, select the Space option and then click the OK button. See screenshot:

Then all names in selected list are rearranged at once.

  If you want to have a free trial (30-day) of this utility, please click to download it, and then go to apply the operation according above steps.

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What do you do with three names?
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The methods also work for three names.
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I have 5 names separated by a comma inside of one cell. In a 2nd cell, I have the same names separated by commas sorted in a different order. Can Kutools allow you to sort the 5 items within the same cell alphabetically?
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Hi Angel,
Kutools can't handle this kind of operation yet.
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I have text that needs swapping within a longer line,
E.G "The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Dog Lazy" needs to read "The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog" - would this work for swapping only the last two words?
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