Oct 10 2019
This update offers functions to split a single column into two columns and to merge two existing columns into one. This should be useful for a lot of situations, where the data you get has not the expected format. Additionally Tablecruncher now stores the column widths and the header row status when a file is saved. On opening that same file again the widths and header row is set to its previous state, thus making it easier to work with your CSV files over a longer time period.