Creating an index in another Application

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vincebel
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Creating an index in another Application

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Hi, I created an index file of over 300 songs in Microsoft Word, in the "Bulk Upload" format ("Tune Up",7,1,"Davis, Miles"). When I cut and paste it in the Bulk Upload field, I kept getting errors indicating that it's not in the right format (very frustrating). Typing this large index in Microsoft Word allows me to start it, save it, and come back to it at a later date. Is there anyway for creating indexes in another application, then copying it over to the Bulk Upload field without loosing any of the formatting?

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Phil Smith
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Re: Creating an index in another Application

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vincebel wrote:
Fri Apr 17, 2020 1:25 pm
Hi, I created an index file of over 300 songs in Microsoft Word, in the "Bulk Upload" format ("Tune Up",7,1,"Davis, Miles"). When I cut and paste it in the Bulk Upload field, I kept getting errors indicating that it's not in the right format (very frustrating). Typing this large index in Microsoft Word allows me to start it, save it, and come back to it at a later date. Is there anyway for creating indexes in another application, then copying it over to the Bulk Upload field without loosing any of the formatting?
You need to use a text editor NOT a word processor.
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