Yep--I was going to suggest importing the list into Excel and doing a sort that way. But that would mean making the lists delimited somehow. I wonder if you could do a Find and Replace in Word, changing spaces to commas, and importing the list as a comma-delimited file into Excel.
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Sorted Column C to organize the 3 lists, then deleted column. Switched Column A (Last Names) with B (First Names) and merged cell, which created a character Tab between the words. Copy and pasted into Illustrator (Which was my destination for the whole thing), and used Find and Replace to change the Tabs to a Space. Don't know if it's the correct way of doing it, but it worked! :-P
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