Cells are the most commonly used unit of data in Excel and other spreadsheet applications. Placing a formula in a cell allows you to create a calculation with that data.
The process for separating data in a cell is to use column D as the separator, then click on column B once or twice and drag it left or right until you see the desired number of digits.
This process will allow you to separate your numbers into two columns.The function for separating cell data is called a formula. It basically shows how certain data is going to be calculated based on the information entered in a cell.
Formulas are often used when the cells to the left and right of a given cell contain different types of data. For instance, if you want to calculate how much money your monthly income would be divided by your mortgage balance, you would enter the formula "=C4/C1." The first number in that formula is your monthly income, and the second number is your mortgage balance.
In Excel, formulas are created with a text box and an equals sign at the beginning of a line followed by one or more math operators (+, -, *, /) and numbers or other text to create calculations within that text box.