Guru80 wrote:How do you open the now saved CVS file? With Open Office Calc I am afraid to close the xls file I am working on (guess I could save it as an xls file as well under a different name ) because when I open the CVS File and edit and save it again it becomes half its size in kilobytes and when I import it to make the script.ini file it is also all mess up and I get a million errors about not being able to find things like startevent, and ever other command.
Does this make any sense?? I have done it 3 times just to prove to myself it is really happening. I CANNOT open a CVS file (for example ScenBentonvill.cvs) and edit it directly because if I do it seem to screw the entire thing up and I have to go back into the xls file and redo all the work I already did because my dumbass didn't think to save an XLS file as well. Or am I just a little..... ....and doing something wrong?
McNaughton wrote:Well, what I do is edit the XLS, save the XLS, then convert to CSV. That way you have your XLS file updated, and the CSV file as well.
You can edit the CSV file, but it isn't as neat and easy as the XLS. I recommend that next time you do all of your work on an XLS file, then only convert it when you are ready to test.
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