I had a list of stuff that I needed to get comma separated and all of the pages I found explaining what to do were wrong.
In the end I had to:
Open Notepad++ (not normal Windows Notepad, you have to download this but it is freeware and very excellent)
Open or paste your list onto a blank pad
Press [Control] + H
In the box that appears make sure that you enable the extended expressions like so:
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In the Find what: box enter /r/n and in the Replace with: box enter a comma followed by a space and voila, you end up with a comma separated list.