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From the CSV file, highlight the entire column that contains the zip codes. Right click on the column and select Format Cells On the Number tab select Special. Under Type, select Zip Code. Click Ok. Save and close the CSV File. Import file.
The spreadsheet DOES NOT contain Header Rows. Select COMMA as the only DELIMITER and make sure you select NONE as text qualifier, then click NEXT: Highlight all the columns in the data preview section and then select TEXT as the data format, and then click FINISH:
To import a CSV file without deleting zeros (or changing anything at all actually): 1) Open a blank excel sheet. 2) Select all cells (CTRL+a) and format them as text (right click->format cells). 3) Open your CSV in notepad (you can do so by dragging the file into an open notepad window).
Open a new Excel sheet, select the Data tab, then click 'From Text' in the Get External Data group. Browse to the CSV file and select 'Import'. In step 1 of the Import Wizard choose 'Delimited' as the original data type.
A ZIP Code is a postal code used by the United States Postal Service (USPS). Introduced in 1963, the basic format consists of five digits. In 1983, an extended ZIP+4 code was introduced. it includes the five digits of the ZIP Code, followed by a hyphen and four digits that designate a more specific location.
At this point you have the first five digits of the ZIP Code in the original column, and the last four digits (if any) in the previously empty column to the right. You can delete the column containing the four digits, if desired. All you need to do is select the cells containing the ZIP Codes, and then run the macro.
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