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Topic # 26709 1-Oct-2008 10:37
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Anyone know of a free command/program/script available to take an existing XLS file and convert it to a CSV ?
Must run via command line (to be called from batch file). Prefer if it can be done without having Excel installed on the system,.....
Found one, ConvertXLS but they want $600USD for it Tongue out Yeah right.....

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  Reply # 168322 1-Oct-2008 13:33
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  1. "Convert XLS" An Excel Converter software tool for XLS, CSV files etc.Need to convert from a highly complicated text file to a XLS or CSV File (not a character ... Rename an existing sheet. Delete specified rows or columns, ...

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  Reply # 168348 1-Oct-2008 15:15
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Thats the one I found already for $600USD Tongue out




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