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Dear Mr. Gulshan,

I am creating a project which requires data to be sorted in excel. I am nearly working with more than 10,000 data records. MY plan is to separate Address, City names, Pin Code and Country from combined address. An example of my requirement is posted in the attached image.

I am using Excel 2007

Please help me with some solution.

Thanks and Regards,

Jackson

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Hi Jackson,

You can try using the text to column function in excel. This is assuming that your data will always be separated by a ","
Goto data - text to columns, select the delimited option and delimiter as "comma", that should do the job.

Hope this helps,
Gulshan
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