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Hi James

My cell phone provider only provides me a CSV with a text field for the 
I want to =sum( it so I need it to be numbers.
Is a macro the easiest way to make a new column of common unit of 
measure (GB?) numbers?

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I suggest the following procedure.
Open the *.TXT file in CALC, ticking "Separated by" and "Space" boxes. Should produce spreadsheet 
with Numeric values in Column A and Text (either MB or KB) in column B.
In Cell C1 put =IF(B1="MB",A1*1000,A1)
Copy Cell C1 down to bottom of table.
Save as *.odt file

Regards, MalJaros

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