Text parsing & Conversion Project There are 3 .TXT files that need to be converted to Excel. They were created as a result of print to file request from an ERP system. To that end, I cannot identify a specific delimiter beside obvious spaces between the columns. The files: 1. CSC Vendors [url removed, login to view] a. Conversion requirement: i. The column “Vendor?? should be ignored. ii. The column “Address?? contains the vendor name and address. Create 1 excel column for the vendor name (1st row), 1 column for vendor address (2nd, 3rd rows), and in addition 2 columns for each of the address lines. 1 column for contact. 1 column for phone (1st row), and 1 column for fax (2nd row). 2. CSC Customers [url removed, login to view] a. Ignore column 1 “Customer??. The address column is structured similarly to vendor list. 1st row “customer name??, 2nd, 3rd rows are “customer address. Create 2 additional columns for the address (line 1, and line 2). Column for contact, and 2 columns for phone/fax. 3. CSC Inventory Part [url removed, login to view] a. Use process columns Part Number ??" Quantity (1st) b. When part numbers have spaces, append to the base number. Example: “06D1 RG BRT??  “06D1RGBRT??. c. Create one column from the description column. Pay attention, some time it appears in 2 rows. d. The row below “ not for use with acq?? should be in a separate column. e. U/M column f. Location = Warehouse-1 g. Quantity column. All the above should be available for repeatable process, because upon final conversion the data will change slightly, e.g., new vendors/customers, and quantity.
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