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wnicholl
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Resolver II

Split Different Names with Special Characters

I have mutiple name listings that I'd like to only identify First and Last name.  The table is attached. 

 

Split Names
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME 18
FIRSTNAME MIDDLENAME LASTNAME
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME - 18
FIRSTNAME MIDDLENAME LASTNAME CO
FIRSTNAME M. LASTNAME
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME -BR 18
FIRSTNAME M. LASTNAME CO
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME - BR 18
FIRSTNAME O'LASTNAME 66
FIRSTNAME LASTNAME TN
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wnicholl
Resolver II
Resolver II

I was able to come up with this workable solution. 

 

Staff 2 = LOOKUPVALUE('Table1'[Staff],'Table1'[ACTEXC],'Lawyers (Curr MTD Data) AWKQRP'[ACTEXC])

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wnicholl
Resolver II
Resolver II

I was able to come up with this workable solution. 

 

Staff 2 = LOOKUPVALUE('Table1'[Staff],'Table1'[ACTEXC],'Lawyers (Curr MTD Data) AWKQRP'[ACTEXC])

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