convert column A format into new rows

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Okay, try this. You'll have 6 formulas to parse each URL into its own cell/row. Insert these formulas into consecutive rows. Here they are in order.

=LEFT(\$A\$1, 63)
=MID(\$A\$1, 65, 67)
=MID(\$A\$1, 133, 63)
=MID(\$A\$1, 196, 38)
=MID(\$A\$1 235, 67)
=RIGHT(\$A\$1, 55)

Now select that cell rang and drag down to row 600,000.
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Do Data \ Text to columns  with the double quote as a delimiter
Once you're done append the newly created columns to the bottom of the pile.
Voilà !
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Author Commented:
sorry neither of these are ideal

first one- my data has different lengths so hardcoding doesnt work

second one -- append operation would be lengthy wouldnt it?
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Commented:
If you have different lengths then I think nutsch's method should work. After doing "Text to columns" , just highlight the cell range, copy and do a special paste (Transpose paste), then drag the arrow down as far as you want.
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Commented:
You can run code like this after the text to columns and it will take care of the append for you.

``````sub autoappend
dim lLoop as long

for lloop=2 to 6
range(cells(1,lloop),cells(rows.count,lloop).end(xlup)).cut cells(rows.count,1).end(xlup).offset(1)
next

end sub
``````
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Commented:
Hi,

i attached the excel file with VBA where you need to put your data into first column and the click button Split and in the Column B you will get desired output..
convert---Copy.xlsm
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