Mevcut liste görünümünü bir Elektronik Tabloya(*.ODT) veya CSV dosyasına da [[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_Settings/tr#Dışa Aktar Görünümü|aktarabilirsiniz]].
Spreadsheet Import/ Export ==
This format allows you to import/ export a spreadsheet of data all at once. The spreadsheet must be in the Comma Separated Value (CSV) format. Most spreadsheet programs can read and write this format. It is also easy to write by hand. This is the only Gramps import format which allows for merging with existing data.
This spreadsheet format does not allow for 100 % export of Gramps data.|It only exports (and imports) a subset of data, namely: people (names, gender, birth, baptism, death, and burial dates/places/sources); marriages (dates/places/sources); relationships (parents and children); and places (title, name, type, latitude, longitude, code, enclosed by, and enclosed date). Notes are not exported, but new notes are appended onto the end of existing notes.}}
The CSV import and export both use the Edit/ Preferences/ Display/ Place Format setting for places. For most uses, the ' Full' setting for Place Formats should be used. If the place format setting doesn't match the CSV file for import, you may get the same place created more than once.}}
There are three main uses for this format: # You can export your core Gramps data into a spreadsheet format, edit it with a text or spreadsheet program, and import the changes and additions back into Gramps. This is handy for sending to others to fill in, or for taking on the road when you don't have your full Gramps application.# You can import new data into your Gramps database. For example, if you have a set of new people to add to your database, but don't want to hunt and peck your way to finding where they go, you might find it easier to type them into a spreadsheet, and then quickly bring all of them in at once. This is handy if you have a large amount of data that you are cutting and pasting from another application or the web. An example of this is [[Narrative_Website_Import| restoring your Gramps database]] by loading the Narrative Website into a spreadsheet.# You can also import a set of corrections and additions. Say that you have printed out a report, and you are going through it marking corrections. If you make each correction a section of a spreadsheet, you can " script the edits" and then execute them all at once.
== Export ==