How to create a valid UTF-8 CSV File for importing
When you are importing a CSV file into YoPrint, you need to make sure the CSV file is saved with the current encoding (UTF-8).
How to save a CSV file as UTF-8 using Google Spreadsheet?
Just navigate to File > Download as, and select Comma-separated values (.csv, current sheet) option
How to save a CSV file as UTF-8 using Microsoft Excel?
When saving the CSV file in Mac Microsoft Excel, just make sure to select " CSV UTF-8 (Comma delimited) (.csv)" in the file format.
- When saving the CSV file, select the Save as type as CSV (Comma delimited) (*.csv) option
- Click Tools drop-down box and click Web Options. A new window for web options appears as shown below:
- Under Encoding tab, select the option Unicode (UTF-8) from Save this document as: drop-down list.
- Finally, click Ok, and save the file.
How to save a CSV file as UTF-8 using Notepad?
Just navigate to File > Save As option and select UTF-8 in the encoding option.
How to save a CSV file as UTF-8 using TextEdit?
By default, Textedit saves the file in UTF-8 mode. You just have to make sure the file is in Plain Text Mode before saving. You can convert a CSV to Plain Text by doing the following:
Next, you have to save the file again by navigating to File > Save.