A lot of the time when you're trying to work with a large CSV file, you run into excel's row limit. Excel's limit is 1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns - this means that if a worksheet has more rows or columns than the limit, Excel will often not open, or it will crash. In addition, if you have an older computer or you have a lot of programs running on your machine, you might hit a memory or resource limit for files that are smaller than Excel's limit.
We made SplitCSV.com to solve this problem. Its the easiest way to split a CSV file into multiple smaller files that can be opened in Excel or Google Sheets. Here's how it works
All uploaded files will be kept for at most 7 days before being deleted: depending on volume it could be earlier. At no time is the original source file downloadable, and the link to download the results will only be available on the receipt page, no where else.
Happy splitting! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, concerns, comments or suggestions.
Wondering how to open and split a large CSV file? Easy explainer video available here