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Would this work in your command line mixed with Brians' idea?

-n {filename} Creates a new document using *{filename}* as a template.


On 4/7/20 6:58 AM, wrote:
Thanks Brian for your reply, unfortunately that does not help me.

What I'm looking for is a way to work with csv files with minimum hassle.
I do not need features such as column widths, other formatting etc. to be saved in the file(s).
I just need to specify the way LO displays csv files when they are opened (as command line 
arguments so I can automate that).

Your proposed workaround would require manual adjustments, on a file by file basis, and each time 
they are opened.
These manual steps are what I'm looking to avoid. Else I could just resize the columns and enable 
wrapping every time and be done with this.

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