Get-EventLog message get truncated.. do not shows complete messages in export csv file

need some help here.. when I run the command, the message get truncated, it does not shows complete message in export csv file.. what am I missing here ?

Get-EventLog -LogName application  -after "4/8/18 3:00:00" -before "4/8/18 08:45:00"| ? {$_.eventid -match "9523" } | select -Property Source,time*,Machinename,message | export-csv C:\temp\NADB15.csv -notypeinformation
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
how are they getting truncated? Do you mean it's cutting off on the right side?

might need to do
ft -wrap -autosize

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Jimmy WangAuthor Commented:
fl -wrap do not export to CSV file.  when using | fl -wrap export to TXT, it is fine..

when using | select message, it does not display entire messages.  so It must using something.
I tried with Select -expendProperty it doesn't work too.
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Jimmy WangAuthor Commented:
I think I found the problem.. it was in excel file..

when I open the excel file, the export hides the body of messages.. when I went to column where "message" tab, I double clicked it, and expended. there are the messages.

Thanks for getting back to me.
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Chirag NagrekarSystem AnalystCommented:
You can also try

Get-EventLog -LogName application  -after "4/8/18 3:00:00" -before "4/8/18 08:45:00"| ? {$_.eventid -match "9523" } | select -Property Source,time*,Machinename,message > C:\temp\NADB15.csv -notypeinformation
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Jimmy WangAuthor Commented:
Thanks for helping out here
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