CSVed is a powerful and simple CSV document editor, able to manipulate virtually any CSV document, regardless of its format. CSVed is also a freeware program in the category Computer Accessories, developed by Sam Francke. With a user-friendly interface, it is able to export to HTML or text file. It provides many advanced features including a function to compare two CSV files. Another interesting feature of CSVed is the password protection of the data being exported.
There are different versions of CSVed, depending on the operating system used by your computer: Windows, Linux and Mac. If you have Windows operating system, then the best thing you can do is to install Sam Francke's CSVed on your PC, since this software is able to read and export to Windows only. However, if you have a Mac, then the best thing you can do is to download and install the freely available CSVed for Mac from the website.
In case, if you have installed an older version of CSVed, then you should upgrade to the latest version 2.2.3, which provides several improvements, such as security fixes, speed enhancements, and the fixes for the "POODLE" error. The major change that this software brings is the support for Windows XP. In case, if you have a Windows XP machine, then you should upgrade to the latest windows version of CSVed. The latest release of CSVed 2.2.3 includes various new features, including Windows support, which allows you to easily import or export to and from Windows using CSV or CSVed MDB files, which can be read or written using WinPCape, Windows Mobile Phone 8, Windows Explorer, and other Win32 applications.