If you have a comma-separated text or data that you created or copied from somewhere and want to save it as .csv file instead of .txt then you can do the following,
- Go to File (or use shortcut - Alt + F)
- Click on Save As... (or use shortcut - Ctrl + Shift+ S)
- In file name add the file name in double quotes with extension .csv example "myfile.csv"
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