A comma-separated values (CSV) file is a delimited text file that uses a comma to separate values.
Below are some sample CSV files that you can download for free. Use these in WS Form or with any project you wish.
|A list containing industry names.
|A list of condensed SIC industry codes and industry names.
|A list containing sRGB color names including HEX and RGB formats.
|A list of all 216 Web Safe colors in both HEX and RGB formats.
|A list containing X11 color names including HEX and RGB formats.
Date / Time
|A list containing 31 days.
|A list of months including the name as well as its abbreviation.
|A list containing times in 15 minute intervals.
|A list of timezones.
|A list containing weekdays.
|A list of years starting with 2023 and ending with 2123.
|A list of years starting with 2023 and ending with 1921.
|A list of currencies containing codes, symbols, and names.
|A list containing a range of sizes from extra small to extra large.
|A list of continents.
|A list of UK counties with corresponding countries.
|A two-column CSV file containing country names and two character codes.
|A multi-column CSV file containing country names, codes, and regions.
|A list containing famous locations around the world, each with latitude and longitude.
|A list of Canadian provinces including the full province name as well as its two-letter abbreviation.
|A list of Australian states including the full state name as well as its abbreviation.
|A list of US states including the full state name as well as its two-letter abbreviation.
|A list of worldwide state/province codes and names with associated country code.
|A list of worldwide state/province codes and names with associated country code and name.
|A list containing suggest age brackets from under 18 to 65 or above.
|A list containing different levels of education from high school to degree.
|A list of employment statuses from student to full-time employee.
|A list of different job statuses from seasonal to full-time.
|A list of different marital statuses.
|A list containing levels of agreement, from strongly disagree to strongly agree.
|A list of comparisons from much worse to much better.
|A list containing a range of durations from less than a month to over three years and never.
|A list containing frequencies from less than once a month to daily.
|A list containing levels of importance, from not at all important to very important.
|A list of probabilities from definitely not to definitely.
|A list of different satisfaction levels from very unsatisfied to very satisfied.
How to Import CSV Files into WS Form
You can import these sample CSV files into a select, checkbox or radio field data grid in one of two ways:
Preset Data Source
You can use the data source feature of a data grid to quickly and easily import the samples CSV files above.
You can import any CSV file into a data grid. To import a CSV file, either click the Import icon or drag a CSV file into the data grid area. When you drag the file into the data grid area, a blue box will appear with a dashed outline. Release the file into that area, and the CSV import will begin.
Note that when you import a file, all data in that data grid will be replaced with the CSV you import.