Split Address Blocks Across Multiple Cells

Feb 20, 2006

I have cells of block addresses that are delimited (tab I believe - there's a
small square that appears).

I need to split the addresses out into separate columns for each line of address. I tried using the Text to Columns wizard as suggested by Excel Help, but ended up with only the first line of address being posted in the cell to the right (the rest of the address was nowhere to be seen).

I'm sure I've done this before but can't for the life of me remember how I did it.

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I have a list for addresses in excel in single column as shown below - aanandhi narayanan 3430 chemin de riviere sanjose,CA95148

DOMINIC ABANO 3838 GLENGROVE WAY SAN JOSE, CA 95121

abdi abdi 5390 monterey rd #6 sanjose,CA95111

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I need the result to be in a way like -

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San Jose
CA
95148

3838 Glengrove way
San Jose
CA
95121

5390 monterey rd#6
San Jose
CA
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San Jose
CA
95148

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What I really want to do is split the addresses in columns B & C with the first text ended with "Street" or "Road" stored in Column A and the other text after "Street" or "Road" in column C.

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column B : 128 Johnway Road
Column C : 12/F, Flat C, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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