Field Names

jaybee

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I receive an Excel Comma Seperated Value File from a website. The file contains a roster where row 1 is the field names. I want to import that roster into Outlook. I thought I had done this before by creating an Excel file, using the Get External Data command. I thought that when I pulled the CSV file in as text, it asked me to identify which row if any, were field names. If you try and import the same file into Access it will ask you which row is the field name, seems like a pain to go through this step. Is there any easier way to do this?
 

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