Remove line-feeds from TXT file I have a number of files that sometimes have a linefeed breaking CSV format over more than one line. I'd like these extra line feeds to be deleted. It can simply be done by looking for lines ending without ", and take next line and add this to existing line until line ends with " A small tool like command line *.* or VBA Excel (select more than one file) can be used. All input files are stored to a new file name with .[url removed, login to view] added as extentsion or .[url removed, login to view] if no changes are made. Leaving original files unchanged. Most files will have no cases of bad line feeds. Sample file attached. Last line of file shows a correct line, there are a total of 4 records, i.e. it should be 4 lines in output file instead of 8.
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