Use this sheet to specify the range where to import and language(s) of each column in the selected range.
Some Excel files contains several sheets. Select a sheet where you want to import from.
Select the range where the import from. The range is a string that contains the upper left and bottom right corners of tge selected area coded in the same way as Excel codes range. The format is ad:ad where a is column code that is any combibination of alphabets (e.g. A or AB) and d is a row number starting from 1.
The following image has string data in B3:D:6 range.
By default the range cover the complete data area of the selected sheet. If you want to change it type the new value and press Update button or Tab to move focus from the range edit.
This grid shows the first two lines of the selected range.
Specifies the column structure of the data. It can contain any number of following kinds of columns:
|Text to be localized||Text column. The value of the this column is picked up when scanning.|
|Context||Context column. It specifies the context of the original column(s).|
|Comment||Comment column. It will be picked up when scanning.|
|Translation comment||Translation comment column. Specifies the comment of the text column just before this column.|
|Ignore||This column is ignored.|
Click Add language to add a language column. Click Add to add another column. Click Import to read the column structure from a file. Click Export to write column structure to a file.
Specifies the escape method how line feed, carriage return and other special characters are encoded.
Shows a sample row based on current settings.