Need to split first name and surname in Excel? - Katalyst Cloud & Business Services, specialists in Xero and WorkflowMax
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So you have the following in a single column in Excel:

Glennis Stuckey

Highlight the whole column, then from the Data menu, select Text to Columns.  Select Delimited, then next, then select Space.  This will now be two columns – Super Easy!   :-)

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