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Thanks everyone for the input.

Using regexes, I split the latitudes and longitudes so they're in their own

Brian Barker wrote
I'm guessing that "O" means "east" (as in "ouest"?) and that the
alternatives to "O" and 
"N" are "E" and "S" respectively? 

Sorry, I didn't pay attention to that part.

O = ouest = West
E = est = East

Brian Barker wrote
If 00°05'12"O 42°59'12"N is in A1, then
will deliver 42.9866666667, and
will deliver -0.0866666667.

I tried this formula, but get error 509 ("operator expected"). Maybe it's
because the cell contains "Numbers"? <>  

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