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"Tom" == Tom Davies <> writes:

   > Hi :)
   > Does .xlsx work well enough now?
Yes and no.

That is after some trouble I found out that I convert cvs with . For
decimals to xlsx which are read correctly by LO and Excel.

However there is an issue.

When I convert csv (and you might ask why I use them, for simple tables
I use emacs org mode (with a poor man spreadsheet, which exports to

Then I convert it either opening the file with LO and exporting to xlsx
or on the command line with gnumeric

ssconvert example.csv example.xlsx

What does not work, is the command line converter of LO,

/usr/bin/soffice --headless --convert-to xlsx test.csv

the decimals
are fine but the non ascii chars are encoded incorrectly. See my message
sent some weeks ago.


Uwe Brauer 

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