In the Import File dialog, you can specify import settings for formats with delimiter-separated values. You can use the predefined templates or create a new one.
This dialog lets you specify the settings for converting table data into delimiter-separated values formats (for example, CSV, TSV) and vice versa.
When you change import settings, the import preview changes correspondingly.
|Formats|| Select a template that successfully converts the file data into a table. You can change settings of predefined templates or add a new template. To add a template, press Add Format button ( ).|
To save changes, click the Save icon and select one of the following options:
Use , , and to create, delete and reorder the formats; to create a copy of the selected format.
|Value separator||Select or type the character that you want to use as a separator for values.|
|Row separator||Select or type the character that you want to use as a separator for rows.|
|Null value text||Select or type the text that you want to use if a cell contains the |
|Add row prefix/suffix||Click the link and type a row prefix and suffix. Prefix and suffix are character sequences which in addition to the row separator indicate the beginning and end of a row.|
Each line in the area under Quotation is a quotation pattern (see Quote values ). A quotation pattern includes:
If there is more than one pattern, the first pattern is used.
Use , , and to create, delete and reorder the patterns.
Select when you want to enclose values within quotation characters.
|Trim whitespaces||Ignore or remove whitespace characters. If this checkbox is cleared, the whitespace characters are treated as parts of the corresponding values.|
|First row is header||Treat the first row as a row that contains column names.|
|First column is header||Treat the first column as a column that contains row names.|