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>I'm a newbie who is about to launch my first email campaign.
>I don't know how to properly format them in the following 2
>I have pasted my csv-formatted email leads into a (2) separate
>NoteTab documents, one I saved as a Text file, the other as a
>DOS Ascii file. After saving them, they appear in a MS TextPad.
>When going to Edit and clicking on Reformat... the csv addresses
>that were previously listed in a single column... are then listed as
>in the sample below... but a space appears after all the commas.
>To remove the spaces I have used the Find/Replace method, but
>since I have numerous (.ae, .se, .jp, .gov, .biz, .gov) addresses...
>it is very tedious to use the Replace method.
> Question 1: Is there another way that I can remove all the
> spaces after all the commas?
> Question 2: Is there a way that I can also save my email
> lists in a Tab Delimited format?
>Format sample with the commas:
>abe@..., abenetis@..., absollutto@...,
>access@..., adiene@..., adload@...
>Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
>Thanks a lot,
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