CSV files can be opened in the Excel application. Excel uses a semicolon (;) and not a comma (,) for separating columns and that is why we have to use a guide to open (import) a CSV file.
This guide can differ based on the various versions of Excel, but the principle and steps are the same.
- Open a blank workbook in Excel.
- Click ‘‘Data‘‘ in the upper menu.
- In the menu on the next line (usually on the left), you will find section ‘‘Upload and transform data‘‘ and then ‘‘From text/CSV‘‘. Different versions of Excel have slight differences but the names and places are very similar.
- Choose ‘‘From text/CSV‘‘ and search the downloaded file.
- Click the button for import.
- Depending on the version of Excel you are using, the following steps might differ a bit. But the principle is always the same.
- Select that your file contains dividers.
- If the language you are viewing isn’t right (Czech for example), use coding ‘‘UTF 8‘‘.
- Choose a comma as a divider and finish the import.
Older versions of Excel:
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