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The Separate action might also be called Separate Contacts or Unlink Contacts. On some phones, the action is titled Manage Linked Contacts. Tap the OK button to confirm that you're splitting the contacts. Or tap the minus () icon to remove one of the links. You may also have to save the contact.
Select any cell containing a name you want to separate and click the Split Names icon on the Ablebits Data tab > Text group. Select the desired names parts (all of them in our case) at click Split.
Add an empty column by right-clicking on the top of the column next to the existing column of names, then select Insert. Click the Data tab. Click on the top of the column with your contacts' names to highlight the whole column. Click Text to Columns. Select "Delimited" and click Next.
Right-click the column header that is to the right of the names you wish to split and select Insert. Click the column header of the column you wish to split. From the Data menu, select Text to Columns. Choose the Delimited radio button in the Original data type section. Click Next.
Select any cell containing a name you want to separate and click the Split Names icon on the Ablebits Data tab > Text group. Select the desired names parts (all of them in our case) at click Split.
Right-click the column header that is to the right of the names you wish to split and select Insert. Click the column header of the column you wish to split. From the Data menu, select Text to Columns. Choose the Delimited radio button in the Original data type section. Click Next.
Add an empty column by right-clicking on the top of the column next to the existing column of names, then select Insert. Click the Data tab. Click on the top of the column with your contacts' names to highlight the whole column. Click Text to Columns. Select "Delimited" and click Next.
Select the column of full names that you'd like to separate. Head to the Data tab > Data Tools group and click Text to Columns. On the first step of the Convert Text to Columns Wizard, select the Delimited option and click Next.
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