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What is a CSV file?

CSV (Comma Separated Values) file is a plain text file that contains a list of data. These files are often used for exchanging data between different applications. For example, databases and contact managers often support CSV files. These files may sometimes be called Character Separated Values or Comma Delimited files. They mostly use the comma character to separate (or delimit) data, but sometimes use other characters, like semicolons.

Open CSV Files

You can export complex data from one application to a CSV file, and then import the data in that CSV file into another application. CSV files are used by many Vovsoft products. They are simple spreadsheet files. To open or edit CSV files, you can use the following programs and online services:

CSV Tools and Utilities

CSV Splitter IconCSV Splitter

Split CSV into multiple files

CSV to VCF Converter IconCSV to VCF Converter

Excel to VCF converter

CSV to SQL Converter IconCSV to SQL Converter

Excel to SQL converter

CSV to XLS Converter IconCSV to XLS Converter

Convert CSV to XLS files

VCF to CSV Converter IconVCF to CSV Converter

Convert VCF vCard files to CSV


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Elijas B
Mar 29, 2022 at 05:52 am (PST) | Reply
I extracted my contacts as CSV from my Android phone, but Outlook doesn't accept it. I'm getting an error that the CSV format is not suitable. How do I get Outlook to open my CSV properly?
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Vovsoft Support
Mar 30, 2022 at 03:07 am (PST) | Reply
Hi Elijas,

If you are using VCF to CSV Converter, you can select "Outlook CSV Format" option. The software will create the CSV file with the appropriate Outlook format.

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