I got this very, very, very long text string that consists only of e-mail addresses. It's so long that it goes off my screen several pages to the right. It makes it impossible to read.
It looks something like
email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; ......
I essentially want to convert it into a list. Each and every e-mail address is separated by a semicolon. I imagine I should be able to take advantage of this fact, maybe create some script or something that will insert a line break at each semicolon. I would also like the semicolons to be removed.
Can I use Notepad++ somehow?
How about Word 2010? Or Excel 2010?
There is a text import wizard in Excel 2010 that is able to recognize the semicolons as separators. But after clicking through the import guide the data is imported in columns rather than rows. So each e-mail address gets its' own cell in the first row.
There is no text import wizard in Word 2010, not that I'm aware of.