How to add carriage return with find and replace

Hi, I don't know where I should be posting this, but I hope this forum can answer my question.
I have a mailing list with about 2000 emails that are separated by commas. The program I'm using seems to require each email be on a separate line. So instead of:

email@email.com, email2@email.com

I want:

email@email.com,
email2@email.com

So I just want to do a find and replace on "," and replace it with ", carriage return".

The text editor also supports regular expressions. Thanks.

QuarfelburgAsked:
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YZlatCommented:
carriage return is vbCrLf  as well as chr(13)
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YZlatCommented:
Replace(myString, ",", VbCrLf )
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MikehdCommented:

Carriage return is also  \r

for html and javascript regualar expressions

M=
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YZlatCommented:
or use "\n"

strTest=Replace(myString, ",", "\n")
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