Create Pipe Delimited Files Using MS Excel

In the automotive aftermarket community the exchange of electronic parts data when not in ACES or PIES XML is usually in a Pipe delimited format.

The most common desktop application to manipulate data is Microsoft Excel. Unfortunately Excel does not have a native way to specify a delimiter. You have .CSV, Tab and a few others none of which are Pipe.

This neat trick will show you how to create Pipe delimited files using MS Excel.

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