[TYPO3-english] BE CSV export - semi-colon
typo3 at kay-strobach.de
Thu Mar 22 18:30:20 CET 2012
i had to solve such a problem in the past.
I just created a small cronjob, which created an excel file with
phpexcel and pushed it into a directory, which was accessable for the
Am 22.03.2012 17:02, schrieb Jan Bednarik:
> Thanks, I need this to be really simple. It's for a BE user that uses
> Mac computer and they want to download list of FE users, using this CSV
> export is the simpliest thing I found. Anyway, I can't make them rename
> file or any other more complicated thing than "double click the
> downloaded file".
> Dne 22.3.2012 7:16, Gregor Schweppe napsal(a):
>> it is posssible to open every ascii text file and define a delimiter.
>> Space, tab, comma, semicolon or user defined.
>> How do you open the file and which excel version do you use?
>> T o n<scoobjuh at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> control panel
>> clock language and region
>> region and language
>> additinal settings
>> change the list separator from ; to ,
>> if that does not work, then simply change the main format to English
>>> From: info at bednarik.org
>>> Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 06:40:33 +0100
>>> To: typo3-english at lists.typo3.org
>>> Subject: [TYPO3-english] BE CSV export - semi-colon
>>> Hi all,
>>> is it possible to configure CSV export from BE to separate fields with
>>> semi-colon? Windows' Excel is not able to open CSV with commas.
>>> Or is there a way to force Excel to open it correctly?
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