How to SPLIT ONE STEREO TRACK'S L & R CHANNELS INTO TWO MONO CHANNELS

Does anyone know if this is possible: How to SPLIT ONE STEREO TRACK'S L & R CHANNELS INTO TWO MONO CHANNELS?  There's got to be a way, but I just can't find out how.
I recorded a podcast -- me and a guest, with each mic going to its own mono channel. When I opened it in Audition it mixed them into one stereo channel. 
Thanks in advance for any help.
Best,
Shawn 

You're a big help! Thanks very much.  Simple yet I must be going blind because I didn't see that in the menu.
Take care and THANKS AGAIN.
Shawn

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           //               is decremented by 1.
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            //               last points to the last node and
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                                        //new node
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                                           //insert newNode before
                                           //first
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                               //actual first node
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            //Postcondition: first points to the new list and
            //               newItem is inserted at the end
            //               of the list. Also, last points to
            //               the last node and
            //               count is incremented by 1.
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