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Ext User(Sbynum)
01-06-2007, 11:43 PM
I need help in how to convert an excel file into a .cvs file - any help on
this would be great
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Sbynum

Ext User(David H. Lipman)
01-06-2007, 11:53 PM
From: "Sbynum" <Sbynum@discussions.microsoft.com>

| I need help in how to convert an excel file into a .cvs file - any help on
| this would be great
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| Sbynum

This is an Excel question not a WinXP question and should have been asked in an Excel or MS
Office new group.

Choose File --> Save As
Choose CSV as the file save as type.

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Dave
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Ext User(Patrick Keenan)
02-06-2007, 12:03 AM
"Sbynum" <Sbynum@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I need help in how to convert an excel file into a .cvs file - any help on
> this would be great
> --
> Sbynum

In Excel, go to File, Save As. It's possible that you may need to install
the file converter from the Office CD.

CSV stands for comma separated variable, a text data file format in which
fields are separated by commas.

So: field1, field2,,field4. Unused fields will still have to have the
comma to hold their place.

HTH
-pk

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