John, The default delimiter is the comma but you can export data with any delimiter you choose and similarly import with any delimiter. If your data uses a comma as part of the data field, e.g. the comma used as a decimal separator, then the importer will incorrectly parse the data. Did your data format contain a comma in the date for example or at the start of the record? The importer also does not automatically distinguish between dd-mm-yyy and mm-dd-yyyy date formats and you also need to select the date format to match the format used in yourimport data. The locale information does not select this automatically.
Your problem appers to have been solved so the above may help explain why a comma didn't work David ----- David Cousens -- Sent from: http://gnucash.1415818.n4.nabble.com/GnuCash-User-f1415819.html _______________________________________________ gnucash-user mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org To update your subscription preferences or to unsubscribe: https://lists.gnucash.org/mailman/listinfo/gnucash-user If you are using Nabble or Gmane, please see https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Mailing_Lists for more information. ----- Please remember to CC this list on all your replies. You can do this by using Reply-To-List or Reply-All.