Text to columns with multiple rows of text in a cell

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Meggesto

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It might take a little work but if you use the Text To Columns Tool on the Data Tab you could use a delimiter such as the space to separate all the names into respective columns. You'd have to rearrange them from that point but if a pattern emerges from how they're broken out you could write a piece of code to reorganize it by looping. Or it might be possible just to do it quickly by hand depending on the size of your list.
 

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