Search hunters for Items Held, Drawing Results, Hunt Roster, or Alternate List Information by entering hunter search criteria or uploading a CSV file containing the search criteria for multiple hunters.
Here is an example of what the file would look like:
CSV is a simple file format used to store tabular data, such as a spreadsheet. Files in the CSV format can be imported to and exported from programs that store data in tables, such as Microsoft Excel.
CSV stands for "comma-separated values". Its data fields are most often separated, or delimited, by a comma. For example, let's say you had a spreadsheet containing the following data.
|Date of Birth||Phone Number||Zip Code||Residency Status|
The above data could be represented in a CSV-formatted file as follows:
Here, the fields of data in each row are delimited with a comma and individual rows are separated by a newline.
A CSV is a text file, so it can be created and edited using any text editor. More frequently, however, a CSV file is created by exporting (File Menu -> Export) a spreadsheet in the program that created it.
Click on the links below for the steps to create a CSV file in Notepad and Microsof Excel.
To create a CSV file with a text editor, first choose your favorite text editor, such as Notepad, and open a new file. Then enter the text data you want the file to contain, separating each value with a comma and each row with a new line by pressing the Enter key.
Save this file with the extension .csv.
To create a CSV file using Microsoft Excel, launch Excel and then open the file you want to save in CSV format. For example, below is the data contained in our example Excel worksheet:
Once open, click File, choose the Save As option, and for the Save as type option, select CSV (Comma delimited) or CSV (Comma delimited) (*.csv), depending on your version of Microsoft Excel.
After you save the file, you are free to open it up in a text editor to view it or to edit it manually. Its contents will resemble the following: