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"Bruce" == Bruce Hohl <> writes:

   > It appears that the actual contents of Field2 = 05329954A\n where '\n' is a
   > RETURN (not a TAB).  I was able to remove the \n by (1) select/highlight
   > the column containing Field2, (2) open Data > Text to Columns, (3) Under
   > 'Separator Options' set Y=Separated by, Y=Other as \n then click 'OK'.  Now
   > save as CSV.

Thanks, that works nicely. I don't know how the heck the \n entered, but
at least I know how to deal with it. thanks

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