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Importing LAT/LONGS from GoogleEarth-KML in Excel.

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Rather than typing your survery points in excel sheets, taking them away from your KMLs or GPXs makes it easier as well as reduces the chances of typos.

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Importing LAT/LONGS from GoogleEarth-KML in Excel.

  1. 1. IMPORT YOUR DATA FROMGPS DEVICE OR OPEN YOURKMZ FILE
  2. 2. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE PLACE AS
  3. 3. SELECT KML IN SAVE AS TYPE
  4. 4. SELECT THE FOLDER TO SAVE THE FILE AND NAME ITTHEN CLICK SAVE
  5. 5. OPEN NEW FILE IN MS EXCEL,PRESS CTRL+OAND GOTO THE FOLDER WHERE THE KML WAS SAVEDTHEN SELECT ALL FILES AS SHOWN
  6. 6. THE KML WE SAVED APPEARS IN THE BOX.SELECT IT AND CLICK OPEN
  7. 7. CLICK YES
  8. 8. CLICK OK
  9. 9. CLICK OK/YES IF ANY OTHER MESSAGE APPEARS. THIS FILE OPENS UP AS SHOWN
  10. 10. SCROLL TOWARDS RIGHT IN THE SHEET AND TILL BOTTOM UNTIL THE COORDINATES APPEAR AS SHOWN. SELECT THE WHOLE COLUMN “ns1:coordinates”
  11. 11. TO SEPARATE THEM GOTO DATA TAB THEN SELECT TEXT TO COLUMNS
  12. 12. CLICKNEXT.
  13. 13. SELECT COMMA AND UNSELECT TAB CLICK NEXT AND FINISH
  14. 14. CLICK OK IF ANY MESSAGE APPEARS.THE LAT/LONGS GET SEPARATED IN COLUMNS. LATITUDE LONGITUDE
  15. 15. COPY AND PASTE THE LAT/LONGS ACCORDINGLY

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