CSV - stands for comma-separated values. CSV files store data (numbers and text) in plain text. Each line of the file is a data record. Each record consists of one or more fields, separated by commas.
CSV files can be opened and edited using any spreadsheet editing software (ie. Excel). It is important when creating a CSV file to not include commas as these are used to separate the values.
After selecting your CSV file for importing, the program will prompt you to highlight the row or column that contains the Teacher or Class names. Below are two small CSV examples of how the classes are meant to be highlighted.
Example A : Two classes, each with four students.
|Mrs. Smith||Aaron Nguyen||Kyle Hart||Sam Miller||Angela Herst|
|Mr. Vince||Amy Andrews||Mike Sanchez||Tim Samson||Doug Hamm|
Example B : Three classes, each with three students.
|Mrs. Smith||Mr. Vince||Mrs. Morris|
|William Patrick||Amy Andrews||Mike Sanchez|
|Doug Hamm||Sam Miller||Angela Herst|
|Jamie Brown||Bryan Jones||Heather Castle|