Create Sharepoint Online libraries using Powershell

I am trying to create around 100 libraries in a Office 365 Team Site.

I have been following this guide but have got a bit stuck.

I have got the Client-side SharePoint PowerShell working and can create individual libraries by running

Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Accounts

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for example which creates a "Accounts" library.

My question is how do I tell it to use the .csv of the folder names to create all 100 libraries in one go.

I tried pasting this into powershell and it creates some libraries but misses the ones which have a spacce in the library name

Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Historic Info
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Home Group Presentations
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Independant Vetcare
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Insurance
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Interview Confirmation Documents
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle Invoices

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Can someone advice me please
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
for the names with spaces, you have to encapsulate them with quotation marks like
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle "Historic Info"
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle "Home Group Presentations"
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle "Independant Vetcare"
Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle "Interview Confirmation Documents"

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For getting the content of a CSV file:
$csv = Import-Csv c:\path\of\your\file.csv
foreach ($library in $csv) {
    Add-DocumentLibrary -listTitle $library.LibraryName
}

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Assuming the the CSV has a header row and the header of the column containing the document library name is named "LibraryName".

HTH
Rainer
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roy_battyDirectorAuthor Commented:
That did it. Many thanks
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