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Is it possible to save collection to Excel spreadsheet?
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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantcujodog
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Hi

I realise that you can print reports of your collections, Is it possible to export or save to an excel spreadsheet?

Many thanks 
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Use File > Export Profile Database, to create XML which can be read by Excel and saved as other formats, such as CSV.

You might also be able to use the Plugin CSV Export.
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Use File > Export Profile Database, to create XML which can be read by Excel and saved as other formats, such as CSV.

You might also be able to use the Plugin CSV Export.


Unfortunately that didn't work.

Any other suggestions?

Cheers
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You can use the DVD Profiler to Access Plug-in.  If you have Access of course... If you do you can set up any query you want and copy and paste it into Excel.
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Use File > Export Profile Database, to create XML which can be read by Excel and saved as other formats, such as CSV.

You might also be able to use the Plugin CSV Export.


Unfortunately that didn't work.

Any other suggestions?

Cheers


How exactly didn't that work? On the top of this page, select "downloads" --> "plugins" --> csvexport

If you install that plugin, it should appear on your DVD Profiler as an option "Export Profile Database to CSV" under "Tools"-menu. There you should be able to export your collection as CSV, which you should then be able to edit in Excel.
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Quoting Draxen:
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Quoting cujodog:
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Use File > Export Profile Database, to create XML which can be read by Excel and saved as other formats, such as CSV.

You might also be able to use the Plugin CSV Export.


Unfortunately that didn't work.

Any other suggestions?

Cheers


How exactly didn't that work? On the top of this page, select "downloads" --> "plugins" --> csvexport

If you install that plugin, it should appear on your DVD Profiler as an option "Export Profile Database to CSV" under "Tools"-menu. There you should be able to export your collection as CSV, which you should then be able to edit in Excel.



That plugin looks pretty dodgy. It leads to a rar file and they normally have viruses on them.

Any other assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks
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Quoting cujodog:
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Quoting Draxen:
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Quoting cujodog:
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Quoting mediadogg:
Quote:
Use File > Export Profile Database, to create XML which can be read by Excel and saved as other formats, such as CSV.

You might also be able to use the Plugin CSV Export.


Unfortunately that didn't work.

Any other suggestions?

Cheers


How exactly didn't that work? On the top of this page, select "downloads" --> "plugins" --> csvexport

If you install that plugin, it should appear on your DVD Profiler as an option "Export Profile Database to CSV" under "Tools"-menu. There you should be able to export your collection as CSV, which you should then be able to edit in Excel.



That plugin looks pretty dodgy. It leads to a rar file and they normally have viruses on them.

Any other assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks


It isn't dodgy.  I can understand being hesitant as it's better to be safe than sorry, it's also a Zip file not a rar.  but it's 100% safe and what exactly you are looking for, by far the best option available.
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That plugin looks pretty dodgy. It leads to a rar file and they normally have viruses on them.

And please completely avoid downloading exe files they are almost always time-bombs that will explode your computer in about ten seconds!!!
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I'm sorry but it's too late, the DVD Profiler virus took over your computer and your mind the minute you installed it.
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