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Excel will import a csv just fine. There is a dialog which takes a couple of steps to identify the delimiter and verify field types, but it is something which you can do in seconds once you have been through it once for a given format. Once imported, it can be saved as a native Excel sheet with Save As. Piece of cake.

And for that matter you can tell Excel to record a macro, then go to the desired worksheet - select everything and delete the cell contents - and import the file. Then tell Excel you're through recording the macro.

Next time around, just run the macro.
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