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Re: [libreoffice-users] Pasting csv string into Calc


Hi.
I just pasted from this email into calc.
Copy to clipboard.
Paste Special > Unformatted text. The text import dialogue opened and I set delimiter as comma.

All imported as you asked.
steve

On 12/11/2018 08:32, vytas wrote:
Hi,

I have results arriving by e-mail containing a series of lines with a structure as shown below.

"Vytas", "vytas@somewhere.com", "Jock Wadley Award" ,"Freddy Someone",  "dflghfsd"
"Vytas", "vytas@somewhere.com", "Beryl Burton Award" ,"Joan Someone",  "dflghfsd"
...
...

I need to paste this into a spreadsheet into five different columns.  Every paste method I tried has failed.  The best I can get is that everything gets pasted into the first field.
What am I missing?

Thanks,

Vytas



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