Rons CSV Editor can be configured to open any format of tabular text file, including the most commonly known format, comma separated value (or CSV) file. The Editor needs to process text into a tabular form when text data enters and exist the application, which happens in three ways:
- Loading and saving a file.
- Importing and exporting a file, or clipboard.
- Copying and pasting data.
Configuring the delimiters (or separators) for loading and saving a file, and copying and pasting data are done in two separate windows, as they a both slightly different operations. Configuring the separators from importing and exporting is done in the import window.
Configuring Separators for Loading (file Associations)
Rons CSV Editor can store the separator settings for any file types that Windows can open with the Editor. The most common of course is ‘.csv’ but there are some common...