Pat,
As I understand it, in a cvs file, all string values should be enclosed inside 
“.
This means that a CR is simply part of the cell’s string.
If you open the exported file with a text editor, you should see the CR 
enclosed inside “.
If it isn’t, the Excel export is not working correctly.
If it is enclosed, I would be looking at the code doing the import - it is not 
working correctly.
Cheers, Keith

> Keith - if you export from Excel to csv, you still have the problem with
> embedded Return characters.

>> Sometimes an Excel csv export doesn’t comply completely with the cvs
>> rules, but mostly it does.

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