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Machine requires the first row of our CSV file to be blank

Darth Moxy

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Our machine requires the first row of our CSV file to be blank. Is there a way to have the cultists start on Row 2 when we export to CSV?

If you're not using  the header in the exporter you could just put blank spaces in between a few commas, which will make a blank header in your file! If you ARE using the header already, then your best option is to just add it when you open the file - but a way to automate it would be to create what's called a 'macro' in Excel that will automatically add a row to the top of the document as soon as you open it.

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