I have excel file with 1 column of address , city and country.
I want to "import" it into Google Earth and get placemarks of the addresses (2800 POI).
How can I do it ?

  • You need Google Earth Pro to do this. But if you are able to geocode the addresses first, you should be able to use this without Pro.
    – Paul
    Commented Jul 4, 2013 at 18:54

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You can load your Excel file into a Google Fusion Table, Geocode, then use the share option to create the KML.



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