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What steps would you take to reformat the attached Excel 2003 file so that all column values display as one line per row?

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How would you reformat the attached Excel 2003 file so that all column values display as one line per row? Currently the field values have multiple lines in some rows.
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Hi, zimmer9.

Please see the attached - I unticked the "Wrap Text" checkbox (see enclosed screenshot).

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Brian.TestRecords-V2.xls
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Thanks, zimmer9;
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