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Wie ordne ich Text in einer Zelle in Excel neu an?

Angenommen, Sie haben eine Tabelle mit langen Listennamen, die alle als "Nachname Vorname" formatiert sind, und jetzt müssen Sie alle Namen in "Vorname, Nachname" umordnen. Wie erreicht man das? In diesem Artikel werden drei Methoden vorgestellt, mit denen Sie das Problem lösen können.

Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle mit Formel neu an
Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle mit VBA-Code neu an
Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle mit Kutools for Excel schnell neu an


Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle mit Formel neu an

Die folgende Formel kann Ihnen helfen, Nachname und Vorname in einer Zelle in Excel umzudrehen. Bitte gehen Sie wie folgt vor.

1. Wählen Sie eine leere Zelle aus, um den neu angeordneten Text auszugeben, geben Sie die folgende Formel ein und drücken Sie die Eingabetaste.

= TRIM (MITTE (b2, SUCHE ("", b2) +1,250)) & "" & LINKS (b2, SUCHE ("", b2) -1)

Hinweis: In der Formel ist B2 die Zelle, die den Namen enthält, den Sie neu anordnen werden. Bitte ändern Sie es nach Ihren Wünschen.

2. Wählen Sie die Ergebniszelle weiter aus und ziehen Sie den Füllgriff nach unten, um alle Namen wie im folgenden Screenshot zu spiegeln.


Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle in Excel einfach neu an:

Das Reverse Text Nutzen von Kutools for Excel kann Ihnen helfen, Text innerhalb einer Zelle durch ein bestimmtes Trennzeichen in Excel einfach auszutauschen. Siehe folgenden Screenshot:
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Ordnen Sie Text in einer Zelle mit VBA-Code neu an

Außerdem können Sie den folgenden VBA-Code anwenden, um alle Namen in einer Liste gleichzeitig in Excel umzudrehen. Bitte gehen Sie wie folgt vor.

1. Drücken Sie die Taste Andere + F11 Schlüssel zum Öffnen der Microsoft Visual Basic für Applikationen Fenster.

2. In dem Microsoft Visual Basic für Applikationen Klicken Sie im Fenster Insert > Modul. Kopieren Sie dann den folgenden VAB-Code in das Modulfenster.

VBA-Code: Ordnen Sie den Text in einer Zelle neu an

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 
Next 
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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Hi,
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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