How to import delimited text file to excel 2010

Posted on 07.06.2018 by Gearldine
Ideally each piece of content in the file would import into rows rather than columns. In this example, I am just using Tab.

Then Text Import Wizard will pop up.

I have one pre defined excel template with column names. To import a text file, you can open the file or import the text file as an external data range. I am trying to import into Excel that will allow both pieces of content in their entirety to live in their own individual cell, one above the other in. To export a text file, use the Save As command. Choose the text file you want to import into Excel. You can change the separator character that is used in both delimited and. This may be necessary to make sure that the import or export operation works the way that you want it to.
Use the Import External Data option to import delimited text files to Excel. Click on the Data tab from Excel. The text file contains first line as column headings. Click From Text from the Get External Data Group. To export data from Excel to a text file, use the Save As command and change the file type from the drop-down menu. Choose the type of Delimiters to use to parse the delimited text file into Excel columns.