I had to export my Android contacts and then import them. Now I have a mess.
All the contacts are offline contacts - they are NOT synced with the Empire... I mean Google.
After the import, the order of the fields within contacts was not maintained. For example, I have contacts with 10 phone numbers that were in a specific order. Now the order is random. I also had contacts with 10 email addresses or physical addresses, and the order of those was lost as well.
I also lost the descriptor labels for many fields. For example, Android provides "Work" and "Work Fax" as labels for phone numbers. I had added custom labels such as "Work Kitchen" and "Conference Room". Those useful labels are now all gone.
I tried to avoid these problems by posting this question, but it did not work out.
Since performing the import, I've added many contacts, so my old export is no longer current.
So now I need software to fix everything, and I'm looking for recommendations.
I'm open to all software recommendations that will actually solve this specific task.
Ideally, I would like to edit my contacts with as much flexibility as a text editor or spreadsheet would offer. I tried an app that exports all contacts to a spreadsheet, but it could not handle complex contacts like the one specified in this question (I apologize that I don't recall the name of that app).
The software needs to run on Android KitKat or Windows 7. I prefer gratis software (freeware), but am willing to pay up to the price of a milkshake. I always prefer portable and open-source software, but neither is required.
As part of my research before posting, I found the excellent app Reorder-It! for part of the task, but it will not reorder addresses and is too unwieldy for a task of this size. By design, it also does not edit labels.