Importing CSV files
Many spreadsheet or database programs can save their files in Comma
Separated form (.csv). Each row of the spreadsheet becomes a line in a CSV
file, with the cells separated by commas. (See your program's help for how to
save a file as a .csv file.) You can import these files into TreePad by
choosing File > Import > Into Tree.
When TreePad imports a CSV file, it treats it like this:
- The file name becomes a child node of the originally selected node.
- The entries in the first field of each line (the first column of the
spreadsheet) become nodes that are children of the file node.
- All other fields on a line become part of the article belonging to the node
named for the first field. Each comma in the CSV file starts a new line in the