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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.
TestRecords.xls
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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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