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I really didn't know where to post something like this so sorry guys if this not the right section
I have a text file looks like this
2fa901c9913d09a179701ace860f9afa95c4115e80bcf8e3e28c3dc9842a1917

I want to import it into Excel file so each info will be in seperated coloumn , even the spaces I need it to stay as it
but when import it I use the spaces as dilimiters so every empty column will be deleted and my fileds will be shifted
how can I keep my tables formatted correctly ? .

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Last Post by Stuugie
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Are you trying to import the data from within Excel or are you doing it from another environment such as C, C++, vb.net, vbScript, etc.? Once we get more information we can move this thread to the appropriate forum and proceed from there.

Edited by Reverend Jim

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Just to jump in for a light swim in this pool, wouldn't Fixed Width Text-To-Columns suffice?

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Am using Excel to open the text file,No VB or any external programs
@Stuugie No the Fixed width didn't suffice because all information became in one cell so i can't make data filter or any excel operation

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What do you mean

all information became in one cell

If it's all in one cell then by all means the Fixed Width Text-to-Columns is the right course of action. I don't understand what filtering has to do with your original problem.

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I want to import it into Excel file so each info will be in seperated coloumn

You'll need text-to-columns for this. Perhaps you'll need to upload a workbook with a bit of data in the same format.

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Sorry guys , am not familiar with Excel so when you told me about Fixed width I didn't understand what you meant :( , but now I realize I can click on spaces to create "Fixed width" columns ,
sorry for this misunderstand
thanks for the help guys.

Edited by OsaMasw

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You don't need to be sorry OsaMasw, I just wanted to get through that that was the best option. I'm happy you were able to get it done the way you wanted.

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