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CSV files are very common when it comes to data exchange between systems. If you have a CSV file that you need to import into Excel, the process is actually quite easy. Just open up Excel and then go to "File > Open." From there, select your CSV file and click "Open."
Excel will automatically detect that your CSV file is comma-delimited and will format the data accordingly. If your CSV file uses a different delimiter, such as a tab, you can specify that when you open the file. Just go to "File > Open" and then click on the "Format" drop-down menu. From there, select the appropriate delimiter for your file.
Assuming that you have a file called "file.csv" with the following contents:
You can import this data into Excel by doing the following:
1) Open Excel and create a new workbook.
2) Click on "Data" > "From Text/CSV". This will open the "Import Text/CSV" dialog box.
3) In the "File Origin" drop-down, select "65001: Unicode (UTF-8)". This will ensure that your CSV file is properly encoded.
4) Click on the "Browse" button and select your CSV file. Then click on the "Import" button.