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This could also be actual customer input, if someone entered a line break into a text field in an improperly validated form page. The characters you would need to replace to clean this up could be either Carriage Return (CR) or Line Feed (LF). If your data originates on a cloud page or other form, the best solution would be to introduce a backend validation ...


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By the sounds of the issue, I am likely to think the issue is because of the encoding of the extracted file. You can enable/disable encodings within Data Extracts through Salesforce professional services team. Here are some of the encoding types that I have enabled on my account: Personally, encoding the file to UTF8 have worked for me but this could be ...


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You can make this work by including the BOM at the start of the VisualForce page. In the VF page on the first line I have (the strange use of outputText is something I've inherited from an existing implementation of a CSV export): <apex:outputText value="{!utf8Bom}"/><apex:outputText value="Organisation"/> <apex:outputText value="{!COMMA}"/&...


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