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How to combine multiple substitute functions?

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    How to combine multiple substitute functions?

    I am using =TRIM(SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(160),CHAR(32))) to get rid of the non breaking spaces or =TRIM(SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(36),CHAR(32))) to get rid of the dollar sign in my cell.

    My question is can I create a formula to do this all together? (get rid of the non breaking spaces and the dollar sign together in one formula)

    I have added an attachment if anyone would like to paste the formula.

    Thank you anybody who can help!
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    Re: How to combine multiple substitute functions?

    Try this
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