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At 10:43 21/02/2013 -0800, Joel Madero wrote:
I've asked this before but can't track down the thread so here it goes again, the previous solution did not work (thought it had).

What I have:

comment|regression check

If that's not clear those are A1:B10, where | splits A and B columns. B column is empty other than B1 which has header "regression check"

I need a formula which will be true if the word "regression" is in A at all (so in the above example A2, A3,A5,A6 would all be true).

Er, that's 2, 3, 6, and 7.

The solution that was provided to me before was: =NOT(ISERROR(TEXT("regression",A2)))

Close but no cigar!  What I suggested at the time (8 February) was
for B2 and fill down the column.

I trust this helps (again).

Brian Barker

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