Notepad To Excel
I am wondering how would one go about turning a notepad file into an excel file without all the data being lumped into one cell?
for example the following notepad file is in this format:
and I would like it in an excel file in the same format but with each group of digits seperated by a cell:
so for example my first line......
I would like 20060102 in its own cell, followed by 190100 in its own cell, followed by
;139.14, followed by ;139.15, followed by ;14
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