Excel to csv.

HI:

I have an Excel file with 12 email addresses separated by commas and one space, in one row. I have to get this in to a website in the csv format. I'v e done this a few times, in different ways. and it is always seen, by the site as a single entity, instead of 12 email addresses. The emails are all from craigslist; .org. Is there an approach that will work dependably?

Thanks,

Frank
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Katie PierceCommented:
Do you mean they're all in one cell?
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pubbuddyAuthor Commented:
Yes!
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Katie PierceCommented:
Highlight cell, click the Data tab at the top, click Text to Columns, select Delimited and choose the comma as the separator. This should put each entry into a different column.
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aikimarkCommented:
If Katie's technique doesn't work for you, please post some sample data.  You might need to get rid of the space characters after the commas before you do the text-to-columns operation.
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Jerry PaladinoCommented:
Perhaps the web site you are uploading to needs the email addresses on separate lines.  If so, try these steps:
1.  Replace all space characters in the string of emails addresses as aikimark suggests
2.  Use DATA / "Text to Columns" as Katie suggests above to put the email addresses in 12 separate cells
3.  Highlight the 12 cells and Copy
4.  A row down, Paste Special Transpose to put the values in 12 rows
5.  Delete the original row so you are only left with the 12 rows of emails
6.  File Save As CSV
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pubbuddyAuthor Commented:
O. K.
If I start off, in Excel, with each email in its own cell, followed by a comma, and save it as a comma delimited csv file, should that do it?

Thanks!
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Katie PierceCommented:
No comma, just the email address.
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