Cell Data Issue

VQCHEESE

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Aug 28, 2006
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I have a problem a client sent me an excel doc with names and addresses

in Column E the header is city/state/zip

i would like to break that out into 3 seperate columns city in E, state in F and zip in G

heres an example how the orginal data came in ColumnE
Goldendale, WA, 98620-

Does anyone have a quick way to do this.

thanks
 

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VoG

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Select the data, Data > Text to columns, select Delimited and , as the delimiter.
 

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Hi VQCheese,

Use the text to column feature on Excel. Data >>Text to Column>> use delimited >> use space to separate data.

Thanks
 

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