How-to Convert Rows in Excel into Comma Separated Values (CSV)

Recently one of my subscribers wanted to know How-to convert Excel Row Data into a CSV data aka Comma Separated Values also known as Comma Delimited Values.

 

I made a How to Guide showing the reverse process, but since I had a request for this specific process, I made this guide as well.

 

It's easy using the concatenate command in Microsoft Excel which is what you'll need to use to make the process happen. Enjoy!

 

 

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