Re: [IUG] diacritic transfer to excel/Unicode
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Does this have to do with the version of Excel? It works for me, and all of
my computers are on Excel 2007. Perhaps earlier versions don't have that
On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 12:45 PM, Jackie Silva <jlsilva at library dot berkeley dot edu
> I am having this same problem when exporting lists (from creating lists)
> to excel. I tried to select UTF-8 for File Origin but it is not in the
> drop-down list.
> Any ideas why?
> Thank you,
> Jackie Silva
> Library Systems Office
> UC Berkeley
> Ted Waller wrote:
> > As the original poster of this question, I am pleased to report that we
> > get perfect diacritics by selecting Unicode (UTF-8) as the "File origin"
> > during conversion of the exported file to Excel 2007. Very interesting
> > discussion.
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