Sets the import options for delimited data.
Specifies the character set to be used in the imported file.
Determines how the number strings are imported.
If Language is set to Default (for CSV import) or Automatic (for HTML import), Calc will use the globally set language. If Language is set to a specific language, that language will be used when importing numbers.
When importing an HTML document, the Language selection can conflict with the global HTML option Use 'English (USA)' locale for numbers. The global HTML option is effective only when the Automatic language option is selected. If you select a specific language in the HTML Import Options dialog, the global HTML option is ignored.
Specifies the row where you want to start the import. The rows are visible in the preview window at the bottom of the dialog.
Specifies whether your data uses separators or fixed widths as delimiters.
Separates fixed-width data (equal number of characters) into columns. Click on the ruler in the preview window to set the width.
Select the separator used in your data.
Separates data delimited by tabs into columns.
Separates data delimited by semicolons into columns.
Separates data delimited by commas into columns.
Separates data delimited by spaces into columns.
Separates data into columns using the custom separator that you specify. Note: The custom separator must also be contained in your data.
Combines consecutive delimiters and removes blank data fields.
Removes starting and trailing spaces from data fields.
Select a character to delimit text data. You can also enter a character in the text box.
Iestata dažas citas importa opcijas.
When this option is enabled, fields or cells whose values are quoted in their entirety (the first and last characters of the value equal the text delimiter) are imported as text.
When this option is enabled, Calc will automatically detect all number formats, including special number formats such as dates and time. Scientific notation will also be detected as Detect scientific notation option must be enabled at the same time.
The selected language influences how such special numbers are detected, since different languages and regions many have different conventions for such special numbers.
When this option is disabled, Calc will detect and convert only numbers in decimal notation. Detection of numbers in scientific notation will depend on Detect scientific notation option. The rest will be imported as text. A decimal number string can have digits 0-9, thousands separators, and a decimal separator. Thousands separators and decimal separators may vary with the selected language and region.
When this option is enabled, Calc will automatically detect numbers with scientific notation, like 5E2 for 500.
The selected language influences how scientific notation is detected, since different languages and regions many have different decimal separator.
This option can be disabled only if Detect special numbers option is previously disabled.
When this option is disabled, Calc will detect and convert only numbers in decimal notation. The rest will be imported as text. A decimal number string can have digits 0-9, thousands separators, and a decimal separator. Thousands separators and decimal separators may vary with the selected language and region.
Available when using : when this option is enabled, Calc preserves previous content of cells when pasting empty ones. Otherwise, Calc deletes content of previous cells.
In Text to Columns conversion, if cell content begins with a separator and this option is disabled, then first column will be emptied.
Determines whether formula expressions starting with a = equal sign character are to be evaluated as formulas or imported as textual data. If checked evaluate formulas on input. Otherwise formulas are input as text.
Shows how your data will look when it is separated into columns.
Choose a column in the preview window and select the data type to be applied the imported data. You can select one of the following options:
LibreOffice determines the type.
Importētie dati tiek uztverti kā teksts.
Applies a date format (Day, Month, Year) to the imported data in a column.
Applies a date format (Month, Day, Year) to the imported data in a column.
Applies a date format (Year, Month, Day) to the imported data in a column.
Numbers formatted in US English are searched for and included regardless of the system language. A number format is not applied. If there are no US English entries, the Standard format is applied.
The data in the column are not imported.
If you selected one of the date formats (DMY), (MDY), or (YMD) and you enter numbers without date delimiters, the numbers are interpreted as follows:
Two characters each are taken for day, month, and year in the selected order.
Four characters are taken for the year, two each for month and day, in the selected order.
5 vai 7
As with 6 or 8 characters, but the first part of the sequence has one character less. This will suppress a leading zero for month and day.
If you want to include the leading zero in the data you import, in telephone numbers for example, apply the "Text" format to the column.
Shows how the imported text will look after it is separated into columns. To apply a format to a column when it is imported, click a column and select a Column type. When you select a Column type, the column heading displays the applied format.
If you want to use a fixed width to separate the imported data into columns, click in the ruler to set the width boundaries.