- Mar 10, 2005
Look @ the .PDF file, on the second page is the import dialog box that shows what is to be imported into the software.Ahhh gotcha - using the CSV export from EZScan as a template of sorts, then filling in the blanks. I'm wondering if a single character somewhere in that alpha/freq paste could throw something? The notepad++ app would show something that could be "invisible" in Libre or Excel, shows up as an odd unicode or ascii character. When you import the data back, like the conventional import do you get a review screen of the data being imported? And if so, scroll to the bottom and see if it made it all the way or choked on something midway through. Also, do you have any empty columns you're not populating? If so, try removing those columns.
I remember similar on the Conventional imports, it didn't like something. I'm looking at mine now and can't remember. But I have a column now I labeled "ch" that I basically use as a line number, as well as something I can sort by. The line number where the import chokes lets me refer back to the csv to see right where the error was.
Looks identical to the .csv on the first page...
Last page is the software after import with corruption of alpha tags...
I'll download Notepad++ this evening and check it out.