CSV file UTF-8 encoding error
The feed file is UTF-8 encoded because UTF-8 can encode any type of character and all the merchants require UTF-8 encoded feed file. So You have to open the CSV file with UTF-8 supported test editor or have to configure Microsoft Excel to open a UTF-8 encoded file. Follow the steps to learn how to solve CSV file UTF-8 encoding error in step by step:
- Open Microsoft Excel 2007.
- Click on the Data menu bar option.
- Click on the From Text icon.
- Navigate to the location of the file that you want to import. Click on the filename and then click on the Import button. The Text Import Wizard – Step 1 or 3 window will now appear on the screen.
- Choose the file type that best describes your data – Delimited or Fixed Width.
- Choose 65001: Unicode (UTF-8) from the drop-down list that appears next to File origin.
- Click on the Next button to display the Text Import Wizard – Step 2 or 3 window.
- Place a checkmark next to the delimiter that was used in the file you wish to import into Microsoft Excel 2007. The Data preview window will show you how your data will appear based on the delimiter that you chose.
- Click on the Next button to display the Text Import Wizard – Step 3 of 3.
- Choose the appropriate data format for each column of data that you want to import. You also have the option to not import one or more columns of data if you want.
- Click on the Finish button to finish importing your data into Microsoft Excel 2007.