Formula to remove text after a comma


Do you know what is the formula to remove text after a coma?

I tried to convert the Excel formula LEFT(A1,FIND(",",A1)-1) to something like LEFT({Name of field},FIND(",","{Name of field}")-1), but without success.

Thank you for your help!

Um, that looks perfectly fine to me — that is, it does once you remove the quotation marks from around the second {Name of Field}:

    {Name of field},
        {Name of field}
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How can I do this to just remove the last coma in a list?
I have columns for each of our products, in each row we list how many of that item a customer ordered.

We have a summary column which uses a ton of IF statements to show “Product1qty, Product2qty, ect,”. I need to remove the final “,”. But I don’t know if product 1, 2, 3 or 50 will be the final product.

If the final comma is always the last character in the string,


will do the job.

If it’s not the last character, there is a way to do it, as well — but I need to understand better what you’re trying to do. (I assume you don’t want something like “Product1-qty, Product2-qtyProduct3-qty”…)

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That worked perfectly!!! Thank you for your help. I knew it was something simple that I was overlooking. I completely forgot about LEN! I don’t think I’ve ever needed to use that function before.