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How to extract text between the second and third comma from cells in Excel?

You may know how to extract all text before the first (or after the last) comma in Excel. However, do you know how to extract text between the second and third comma from cells in Excel? This article will introduce a method to achieve it in details.

Extract text between the second and third comma from cells with formula


Extract text between the second and third comma from cells with formula


Please do as follows to extract text between the second and third comma from selected cells in Excel.

1. Select a blank cell and enter formula =TRIM(MID(SUBSTITUTE(A2,",",REPT(" ",100)),200,100)) into the Formula Bar, then click the Enter button. See screenshot:

Note: In the formula, A2 is the cell you will extract text from. Please change it as you need.

2. Keep selecting the result cell, then drag the Fill Handle to extract all texts between the second and third comma of other cells. See screenshot:


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    Jason · 3 months ago
    Is there a way to do this starting from the end/right? For example, if I have "123 East Smith Street, wingate, NC, 22556" I need to get at the city. I need to start from the end/right because some strings of data have apartment numbers or po boxes at the start of the string separated by commas so it's inconsistent to start from the left/front.