Originally Posted by Mumak
Thanks @topet2k12001 and @LostParticle for the help with Excel
The last field in Time column of the CSV report are milliseconds. Correct importing into Excel might depend on regional settings.
Well.... I don't think that anyone would find milliseconds useful especially in a text value. So, why don't you truncate them from the CSV? I mean, in Excel it's just a =LEFT(A1;FIND(".";A1)-1), assuming cell A1 contains the time but I was just wondering if it could be exported appropriately in the CSV already..
From HWiNFO's CSV only the Date is imported in Date Format . The rest is text and the numbers are numbers, of course. I mean you can do calculations with them. So, the time appearing as text would better come without the milliseconds.@Elkim
Man, you have found the correct and appropriate solution already!
Do not bother your head with other matters. The CSV file in the video the other guy posted above, is ALREADY imported in Excel, or at least it seems
to be so! When I open the CSV directly in Excel 2013, so without importing it, it opens like you have shown in your post and the columns can NOT get selected. They do not exist, even, I think! So, don't bother...Edited by LostParticle - 10/19/15 at 12:07pm