Excel's CLEAN function removes all non-printable characters from a text string. This can be useful for cleaning up data entry errors, or for removing formatting from text strings. The CLEAN function takes two arguments: the text string to be cleaned, and the character code of the character to be removed. The character code is a number that corresponds to the character's position in the alphabet. For example, the character code for the letter A is 65, the character code for the letter B is 66, and so on.
The syntax of CLEAN in Excel is as follows: =CLEAN(text)
This function cleans up text by removing all non-printable characters.
In Excel, the CLEAN function is used to remove all non-printable characters from a text string. For example, if you have a text string that contains a lot of non-printable characters, you can use the CLEAN function to remove them and clean up the text string. The CLEAN function is also useful for removing spaces, tabs, and other non-printable characters from text strings.
CLEAN should not be used when text contains characters that are not letters, numbers, or spaces. For example, if text contains a comma, a question mark, or an apostrophe, CLEAN will remove those characters.
The CLEAN function in Excel is used to remove all non-printing characters from a text string. There are several other functions that can be used to clean up text strings in Excel. The TRIM function removes all leading and trailing spaces from a text string. The LTRIM function removes all leading spaces from a text string. The RTRIM function removes all trailing spaces from a text string. The SUBSTITUTE function replaces all instances of one text string with another text string. The REPLACE function replaces all instances of one text string with another text string. The FORMAT function formats a text string for display in a specific format.