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Split delimited data using Text to Columns:

Lesson 2-2 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Split delimited data using Text to Columns
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 2: Data Integrity, Subtotals and Validations
Lesson: Lesson 2-2 Split delimited data using Text to Columns Excel Text to Columns delimited. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Expert Skills Lesson 2-2 Split delimited data using Text to Columns.
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This video lesson shows how to use Excel 2016's Text to Columns feature to split delimited data into several columns. In this lesson's example, the data is a long string of values that are separated by semicolon delimiters. You'll see how these can be easily split into a useful Excel worksheet. As well as splitting delimited data using Text to Columns, this lesson also explains how this might be achieved using Flash Fill or the FIND and LEN functions.