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Cstimer Times to Excel Guide

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Hii, so I was wondering the other day, how can I convert my Cstimer times to a excel spreadsheet, so it lists the times, and I can make graphs out of it, any suggestions/help would be appreciated.
 
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Ooh, I tried it out but it doesn't seem to work, are there any other ways. (I PM'ed the guy who posted it, let's see.)
 

xyzzy

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You can already directly export to CSV from within csTimer. Excel can read CSV files.

The only catch is that solves with +2 or DNF are not treated as numerical values (the former because the time has a "+" suffix, the latter because DNF is really not a number in the first place).
 
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You can already directly export to CSV from within csTimer. Excel can read CSV files.

The only catch is that solves with +2 or DNF are not treated as numerical values (the former because the time has a "+" suffix, the latter because DNF is really not a number in the first place).
How will I get ao5s, ao12s, etc..?
 
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