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CSV, or comma separated values, is a common format for storing and transmitting content including contacts, calendar appointments and statistical data. Excel reads CSV files by default but in most cases when you open a CSV file in Excel, you see scrambled data that’s impossible to read.

This article shows how easy it is to properly display CSV files in Excel without the need to convert anything.

  1. Open a new Excel document and navigate to the Data tab excel sheet data tab

  2. Click “From Text” excel import from text function

  3. Navigate to the CSV file you wish to open and click “Import” import csv file to excel

  4. From the newly-opened window, choose “Delimited”. Then click “Next” text import wizard in excel 1st step delimited

  5. Check the box next to the type of delimiter – in most cases this is either a semicolon or a comma. Then click “Next” text import wizard in excel

  6. Click “Finish” excel text import wizard complete

That’s it; you just imported a CSV file to Excel with the CSV data readable. csv contacts in excel

Export iPhone contacts to CSV

CopyTrans Contacts can readily export iPhone contacts to CSV. This is useful as CSV is a common format that many platforms and services including Outlook and Google support.

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