On Sun, 12 Jan 2014 14:52:25 -0800 (PST)
Tinkerer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
That is exactly what I am trying to do.
I open the CSV Template then I go to Insert Sheet from File > OK and it
creates another sheet either before or after the sheet from the Template.
You aren't understanding what James stated. The ONLY purpose of a template is
to create a NEW file having the desired characteristics. It should not be
written to or it could be damaged and not produce the desired results upon
As an example, if you do much writing of program code, you probably use a
template in your text editor for the language you are coding in. In that case
you select the template to use and the editor creates a NEW text file based
upon the template. Same principal.
Use the template to create a NEW file and then import the csv data into the NEW
file and save it.
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