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  1. Derek12

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    Is there a way to make it look good? it looks terrible here, with line wrap it improves a bit but still is messy, I think it should be saved as a CSV or HTML file or something.
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    It is a CSV file, open it in excel or openoffice.
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    Or Main Menu -> Format -> <un-check> Word Wrap.
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    It still looks bad here besides excel doesn't detect as is and I have to configure it whenevr I want to open the file
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    1.) Change extension on file from txt to csv.
    2.) Double click file to open in Excel.
    3.) Win!
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    Then it looks as is [​IMG]
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    It doesn't ask more, but it is not correct here
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    Works fine for me:
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    Edit: I just noticed that you are in Spain, and using(I assume) the Spanish version of Excel. In Europe the Comma is used as a decimal point, while in the US we use the period. So in European CSV files don't work right in excel because the separator it is looking for is actually the semi-colon. So before you rename the file to a CSV, open it in notepad, replace all the , with ; and then rename it CSV and open it in excel.
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    You are right! I replaced those commas with semi colons and now it displays fine on excel, Thanks :toast:

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