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Excel 2010 - Split text between colunms

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Hi,

I have Excel 2010 and my xls file has the following table (eveything in onde single colunm):

#TAC,Number Of Subscribers
35828142,99
35828141,96
35763676,54
35955607,49
1384100,414
35750024,3
35933030,26
35513013,23
35561017,22

Is there a way to 2 colunms? Like this: One for TAC and one for Number Of Subscribers instead of only one for both?

The values of each is separated by comma.

Tks,
Joao
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yes, of course.
Use Text To Columns and comma (,) a Delimiter

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Highlight your column and go to: Data --> Text to Columns --> choose 'delimited' --> click next --> choose 'comma' --> click next --> click finish.

Your numbers will be separated into two columns.
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Tks.
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