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S-Croes
Helper I
Helper I

Capitalise first letter of every word from mail address

Hi all,

 

I was wondering, does someone know how to do the following:

I have a message on my landing page, welcoming the user by name. 

Now, because of certain limitations, the user principal name in our org is the full mail address of a person. Two examples:

john.doe@company.com

frits.von.zarovich@company.com

 

I got as far as to have these names be seperated from their domains, and have the "." removed. This results in:

john doe

frits von zarovich

 

Now I am wondering, is there a way to capitalise the first letters of every surname? I think I could be able to do it for the first letter of the first name, but I would like to be do this for all surnames as well.

 

This is the measure created to get so far:

 

User Principal Name =

Var User =

SUBSTITUTE(
LEFT ( USERPRINCIPALNAME (), FIND ( "@", USERPRINCIPALNAME () ) - 1 ), ".", " ")

Return

"Hello, " & User

 Thanks for all the possible help!

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

If you can do it in Power Query then there is a transform option under Format to Capitalise each word.

Do you know how to get that userprincipalname into PQ?

I think you'd need to get a table of all users imported, perhaps from AD, and then do a lookup of the translated name based on USERPRINCIPALNAME

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