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answered 2014-01-09 08:10:23 +0100

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As I am not familiar with android apps I searched the web using " Android Simple Spreadsheet export to csv"

If the application @Zsashas is using is called "Aspose.Cells" then even ods-format seems to be supported. Maybe it is necessary to export the ss-file as an ods-file or save the ss-file also as an ods-file.

As I am not familiar with android apps I searched the web using " Android Simple Spreadsheet export to csv"

If the application @Zsashas is using is called "Aspose.Cells" then even ods-format seems to be supported. Maybe it is necessary to export the ss-file as an ods-file or save the ss-file also as an ods-file.


@oweng - I found the information here: http://www.aspose.com/android/excel-component.aspx
Scroll down a bit and you will see: image description

I interpreted ODS as the Calc file format. I am wrong?

As I am not familiar with android apps I searched the web using " Android Simple Spreadsheet export to csv"

If the application @Zsashas is using is called "Aspose.Cells" then even ods-format seems to be supported. Maybe it is necessary to export the ss-file as an ods-file or save the ss-file also as an ods-file.


@oweng - I found the information here: http://www.aspose.com/android/excel-component.aspx
Scroll down a bit and you will see: image description

I interpreted ODS as the Calc file format. I am wrong?