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TOPIC: Cannot import cvs files (solved)

Cannot import cvs files 7 years 7 months ago #2181

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I have been trying to import a cvs file into iDoceo but have been frustrated by the fact that there was no "Apps/iDoceo" folder in my Dropbox and I am not presented with an option to open the file with iDoceo from email or any other app or utility. I suspect that this is a folder that is supposed to be automatically created either when iDoceo is installed or when it is linked to Dropbox. I tried creating a folder with that name in Dropbox but the "open with" dialog boxes do not show the folder nor does the iDoceo app appear as a means to open the cvs. Is there anything I can do about this?
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Cannot import cvs files 7 years 7 months ago #2182

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Hi yindee,
As long as the file you're trying to import has the csv file extension (please check the spelling) iDoceo should be in the 'Open In' apps list.
As for the Apps/iDoceo folder, it is created automatically upon the first backup, you should make one and then check in Dropbox if the folder exists already. This isn't a requirement to import any CSV file , but I understand you're worried both issues are related.
If you still can't solve it, please let us know and we'll give it another thought.
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Cannot import cvs files 7 years 7 months ago #2188

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Thank you for your help. I took another look at the "CSV" file I was trying to import and noted that I had saved it as a "txt" file, I re-saved it as a "csv" file, backed up the app to create the folder I needed and now everything works fine.

Thanks again.
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