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I liked @BenMoss method. I think the Dynamic Replace can also be used, so I thought I would post it here as well. The dynamic replace is very under used so I'm trying to see what kinds of problems it can solve.
I did something similar to @BenMoss - but instead of using field names, split the data by field position and then rejoined it back together (columns in the first half join with columns in the second half).
Very much enjoyed @patrick_digan solution - I've seen these tools lurking in the toolbox, but never had a good excuse to use most of them - so this is a great example to learn from.
@JustinJ- if @BenMoss or @patrick_digan 's solutions solved your problem, would you mind marking this as solved? If you still have questions - feel free to post them back on this thread (possibly with some of the data you're working with so that we can post a solution that exactly meets your needs).