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I downloaded a CSV and it has multiple emails in one column

How to Split Text into Different Columns

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Instructions for Google Sheets

  1. Import your Contact List CSV into Google Sheets, or make a new spreadsheet and paste in the data you want to split.
  2. Select the text or column, then click the Data menu and select Split text to columns...
  3. Google Sheets will open a small menu beside your text where you can select to split by comma, space, semicolon, period, or custom character. When using RocketReach data, please select to split by comma.
  4. Google Sheets will automatically split your text.
  5. You can use the data in Google Sheets, or go to File in the top left menu and select Download, then choose your desired file type.

Instructions for Microsoft Excel

  1. Select the cell or column that contains the text you want to split.
  2. Select Data > Text to Columns.
  3. In the Convert Text to Columns Wizard, select Delimited > Next.
  4. Select the Delimiters for your data. For example, Comma and Space. You can see a preview of your data in the Data preview window.
  5. Select Next.
  6. Select the Destination in your worksheet which is where you want the split data to appear.
  7. Select Finish, and Excel will automatically split your text.

Instructions for Apple Numbers

Numbers doesn't have a built-in tool to split text. However, if you're using a Mac and don't want to use Google Sheets, you can use this Automator script to split text.

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