Is it possible?

dpiddy

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Hi, I have a text file but when i load it into excel from a web query it all goes into one cell. I need everything in a different cell so i can format it, is that possible?
 

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Cbrine

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Try importing the data, then using the text to columns funciton in the data menu. If you setup the delimiter as space or tab, it should seperate your data into seperate cells.
 
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