5 replies, 2 voices Last updated by alimagoo 1 week, 6 days ago
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    • #45132

      alimagoo
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      @alimagoo

      Hi. I took Kims step by step process explained as to how to get my Amazon past order data. Amazon kindly obliged and sent me a zip file. I managed to open it on my I pad, amazingly enough, but was not able to open it on my MacBook . I did receive the retail.orderHistory.zip..
      I clicked on that and was able to actually see the document in full.in rich text format.but before I could save it as some kind of file it reverted to a retail.orderHistory.csv file.

      How can I get this csv file into a readable rich text form. it is plain text.. I want rich text.

      thank you
      alimagoo

    • #45142

      alimagoo
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      @alimagoo

      I will check some other of Kim’s tips. I think I remember that there is a website which changes formats for documents you upload.

      Maybe I could go to that website, upload my fav file and make it into a pdf file..

      Will try
      Alimagoo

    • #45180

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello Alimagoo,

      Your best bet is to import the .csv into a spread sheet program such as Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets. This will make it easier to read and sort your history.

      Import .csv into Excel & Import .csv into Google Sheets.

      Best of luck!

    • #45201

      alimagoo
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      @alimagoo

      Many thanks team Komando. I Don’t use google and don’t have excel on my Mac. But think I can go to the net and convert my csv file from there.

      Many thanks
      You all ROCK!
      Ali

    • #45207

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      No problem, you can drag the .csv to the Numbers for Mac program and it will interpret. If you do not have it installed you can find it here.

    • #45208

      alimagoo
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      @alimagoo

      Thank you John!
      Ali

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