make sure there are no "#" chars in there, unless you have commented lines
out (as below)

# commented line

in phpMyAdmin that is a comment, and the way it reads, if there's a # on a
line, it comments from there onwards (from memory)

HTH

Beau

// -----Original Message-----
// From: Chase [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
// Sent: Sunday, 30 June 2002 5:57 AM
// To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
// Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Excel to MySQL??
// 
// 
// My webhost is running phpMyAdmin v2.2.2 and it is giving me 
// errors when 
// I try to load the file.  Are there any certain characters 
// that cannot be 
// in the file?  (ie. "$")
// 
// Chase
// 
// Peter Lovatt wrote:
// 
// > Hi
// > 
// > from Excel export to csv
// > 
// > use phpMyAdmin to load it into mysql (recent versions of 
// phpMyAdmin has an
// > Excel import function)
// > 
// > HTH
// > 
// > Peter
// > 
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// > 
// >>-----Original Message-----
// >>From: Chase [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
// >>Sent: 29 June 2002 22:22
// >>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
// >>Subject: [PHP-DB] Excel to MySQL??
// >>
// >>
// >>Does anyone know of a way that I can export an Excel 
// spreadsheet to a
// >>file that I can import to MySQL?  I found a program that 
// will do this
// >>for Access, but I would rather leave Access out of this if 
// possible.
// >>Thanks!!
// >>
// >>Chase
// >>
// >>
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