Windows cannot open CSV files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
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The CSV extension is applied to comma separated values files - data sets that are separated by commas, with each new section representing a row in which values are either sorted into cells in a spreadsheet application or exported to a database.CSV files are used in early business database computer programs using individual, comma-separated rows and new lines created by pressing Enter. CVS files are now largely replaced by spreadsheet documents such as those created in programs like Microsoft Excel in which data is structured into cells and rows.CSV files are generated in text editing and word processing programs, or with an import-export spreadsheet application. CSV files can be edited with the appropriate software.
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