How to transform data from .txt file to SQL server tables

Hi I have  flat file and I would like to export data from this file to SQL server tables
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easy_lifeAsked:
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matty1stopCommented:
Right click on the database, choose TASKS and then IMPORT DATA

It looks like thats what you're doing.  Are you running into a problem?  If so please describe it
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Louis01Commented:
You could also use SQL BULK INSERT command.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188365.aspx
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easy_lifeAuthor Commented:
it throws an error message and you can find in the attachment,
whats my question is which options I have to choose from the above in order to expoert successfully.
i.e  Delimited or Fixed.
File Type , Row Delimiter, Text Qualifier
Thanks

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matty1stopCommented:
If you open the file in a text editor is there a verticle bar there or is it a tab?
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easy_lifeAuthor Commented:
Here it looks like





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easy_lifeAuthor Commented:
if you open the file you can see how it looks like
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matty1stopCommented:
try selecting {CR}{LF} as the row delimiter
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easy_lifeAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your quick response
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