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Excel addresses into Google Earth

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I have about 400 addresses would like to place in Google Earth. They do have the lat and long listed as well as separate columns. Is there a way to get these onto Google Earth as placepoints? I only have the free version of Google Earth.

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You need to convert the data into KML format. the paid versions do that for you but there are (more fiddly) ways to do it in the free version as well:

http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gec-tools/1N7PHephDS4

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