Export OSQL Query Result to a Test File

I have the following OSQL command which I need to run.  

My quesiton is how do I export this result into a CSV file?

Use clintrial
SELECT     [PatientID], [PackNo]
FROM       Subject_Treatment_Visits INNER JOIN Trials ON
Subject_Treatment_Visits.TrialID = Trials.TrialID
Where protocoldesc = '00001'
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DHPBilcareAsked:
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Use Export Data Wizard.
In SSMS right-click on database name, Task, Export Data...
Follow the wizard and in place of table name just paste the query.
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DHPBilcareAuthor Commented:
We have a validated system that is using using Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine.

Therefroe I need to run the query from the command promt using osql.

I dont have any frontend user interface utility I can use on this server.

Thus I need to add the export command to the query in my first post.
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Then use SQLCMD instead of OSQL (old stuff).
sqlcmd -S ServerName -E -i FileName -o OutputFile

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
If you need to configure comma as column separator:
sqlcmd -S ServerName -E -i FileName -o OutputFile -s","

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NOTE: FileName is the file with your query but you can substitute it with your full query with -Q option:
sqlcmd -S ServerName -E -Q "SELECT  [PatientID], [PackNo] FROM clintrial.dbo.Subject_Treatment_Visits INNER JOIN clintrial.dbo.Trials ON  Subject_Treatment_Visits.TrialID = Trials.TrialID Where protocoldesc = '00001'" -o OutputFile -s","

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