Help with the script

I need help with this script. IT is working great if I just use shortnames, but I also need to validate that IP addresses are correct using input with FQDN of servers. For example,

Below, you can see the output that I get - it cuts off the full server name and it exports it with dots - .......
Is it possible to fix it so that in the output file the server names are not cut off. I need to get the entire server name in the output

Thank you very much.

$Computers = Get-Content C:\scripts\Computerlist.txt

Test-Connection $Computers | Out-File C:\scripts\pingresults.csv

$Computers = Get-Content C:\scripts\Computerlist.txt

Test-Connection $Computers | Out-File C:\scripts\pingresults.csv

Below is what the output looks like:
Source      Destination      IPV4Address      IPV6Address
------      -----------      -----------      -----------
USSRV-INFS...      USSRC-GNHRP9...       
USSRV-INFS...      USSRC-BGPRP9...       
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Never do that if you require proper formatting. You should create a real CSV:
Test-Connection (Get-Content C:\scripts\Computerlist.txt) -count 1 |
  select PsComputerName, Address, IPv4Address, IPv6Address, ResponseTime |
  Export-CSV -NoType C:\scripts\pingresults.csv

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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The reason is that PowerShell does some clever formatting if on screen, but fails if you try to write that formatted text into a file. You need to tell which fields you want to keep, and if using as text output, perform your formatting yourself. This is not shown in the code above.
creative555Author Commented:
THank you so much!! Perfect!!
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