troubleshooting Question

Splitting Multiple Lines in Cells into Multiple Rows by means of a macro

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Dear Experts:

I got several cells in Column 'A' all of which have multiple in-cell lines.

I now would like to run a macro that ...
... splits these multiple Lines in Cells into Multiple Rows, i.e. each line must have its own row afterwards.

In the attached excel file, after running the macro there would be 64 rows afterwards.

Is this feasible at all?

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas

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