[GNC] Transaction report export file type

David Cousens davidcousens49 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 19:09:54 EDT 2021

 I just managed to get a balance sheet report into calc on LM20 by copying the
html from the report to the clipboeard then used Edit->Paste Special-
>Unformatted Text then selected only the tab separator (having  comma or space
selected is a disaster). It copied from the clipboard with no problem and put
everything in the right rows and columns.

David Cousens

On Thu, 2021-06-24 at 15:56 -0700, Rich Shepard wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Jun 2021, David H wrote:
> > You'll probably have to do a bit of cleaning up whichever way you go if
> > you want to get rid of all the extraneous headers the are in the html file
> > to get to a true .csv looking file :-)
> David,
> Figured out how to do it. In Calc -> Sheet -> Link to external data brings
> in the .html. And saving as .csv does work.
> Cleaning up the cruft in emacs is simple.
> I've learned something new today.
> Thanks,
> Rich
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