Terminology is absolutely critical to IT. If you mean EXCEL, you need to say EXCEL -- using Xcel indicates (1) you are NOT using Excel but something else -- many software packages have similar names for marketing purposes, and (2) you are not willing to be clear about what you are doing, which vastly complicates the task of anyone attempting to assist you. Did you really save enough from not putting the 'E' in Excel to justify confusing everyone reading your post?
Your problem almost certainly is due to the parameters you are transferring the file with. CSV is not a fixed format, and unless your Excel columns are very small (or there are not very many of them), you are most likely overflowing the 80 byte lines and going to the next line -- which really, really, really messes up a CSV file. If you have to make it fixed (and CSV files usually are not fixed length), make it 1000 or something large enough to hopefully handle the longest combination of column lengths in your data.