How to convert database from CSV file into Excel

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The steps to import a CSV file into Excel are similar for Excel 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016:

  1. Open the Excel spreadsheet where you want to save the data and click the Data tab.
  2. In the Get External Data group, click From Text.

    Data Tab and From Text Button
  3. Select the CSV file you want to convert and click Import.

    Insert Button
  4. Select "Delimited". A delimiter is just a fancy way of saying that your CSV file uses commas to separate and group your data.  
  5. Click Next.

    Delimited Option and Next Button
  6. Select the delimiter that groups your data into individual columns in the Data preview field. Typically you want to select "Comma" when converting a CSV file.
    Note: If you select "Space" it can sometimes split a single column into multiple columns if the column header text has multiple words. For example, a "First Name" column becomes a "First" column and a "Name" column. Look carefully at the Data preview to make sure your data is aligned with the intended column header!
  7. Click Next.

    Delimiters Options and Next Button
  8. Select "General".    
  9. Click Finish.

    General Option and Finish Button
  10. Choose "Existing Worksheet".
  11. Add "=$A$1" to the field. This ensures your data begins in the Row 1, Column A cell of the spreadsheet. If there are any blank rows in the spreadsheet above your data, it can cause a file import error.
  12. Click OK.

    Existing Worksheet Option, Cell Coordinates, and OK Button
  13. Click Save.

    Save Button