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    Importing Cash Book CSV files into Pastel Excel 2013

    Hi All

    I have just upgraded to Windows 13 and Office 13. Not so sure it was a good idea, but that is my opinion.

    Using the same templates as I have done for years, when importing either receipts, payments or a journal, i get the same message each time. 2account.

    It only shows these three errors, even though there are 52 lines of data in the CSV file.

    Some additional info. When I reopen the saved CSV file it opens as a comma seperated file, all data in the first cell and to see it as an Excel file I must use the Text to columns facility in excel to "read" the file properly.

    Is there atrick in Office 2013 that I am unaware of?

    What must I do to rectify this.

    Attached is an attachment of the first few line.

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    Go to Windows Control Panel and make sure your settings are as per my screenshot, specifically the List separator option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodthebod View Post
    I have just upgraded to Windows 13 and Office 13.
    Just for clarity -

    Did you perhaps intend to say Windows 10 and Office 2013?
    Or do we have a time traveller amongst us?

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    Yes you are correct. It is Windows 10 and Office 2013

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