In reply to G7ADF:
As Ian says Excel is naughty in creating extra CSV fields or records but the procedure he describes should get rid of them. Typing even a single character in any cell outside the range of your desired entries and then deleting it will cause Excel to generate extra fields or records. Generally I find it advisable to open any CSV file created by Excel in a good text editor but not notepad, and check or tidy up the records before uploading.
I recently decided to create a chaser record that only included S2S QSOs, so I downloaded from the database my detailed “All” QSO level activator records as a CSV file. I had recorded all my S2S QSOs. Popped this into Excel and swapped the columns around to match the chaser CSV upload format - really just swapping the call sign columns. Saved that and loaded into a text editor in record editing mode, where I tidied it up deleting all non S2S QSOs via a filter, then uploaded. I found had 223 chaser points from S2S QSOs, but the whole process only took about 15-20 minutes and I didn’t have to go through that slow process of entering them one by one.
Getting the hang of using a text editor to handle CSV files is really worth while. For an activator you can always use the previous CSV files you have uploaded as the basis for a new activation. After all the majority of the call signs will be the usual chasers, so simply reorder the records from recent activations. Following that, if the editor will support global changes (i.e. replace all), summit ref, date e.t.c can be quickly applied and its just a quick run down the time column and you’re done.
For a chaser, the CSV file approach will allow one quick upload for many QSOs especially if you have a busy day or even a backlog.
Good text editors for this are those designed for editing program code and there are a number of free programs available.
If hope I have been clear enough but if not I can try again