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    Quickly and easily merge CSV files in Windows 7+

    Hi all,

    just found out a little trick I believe will only work in Windows 7 onwards. Wish I'd known about this months ago!

    If you have a folder full of CSVs and you want them all merging in to a single file, you can use the "copy" command via the command line to merge them for you e.g.:

    Code:
    copy *.csv merged.csv
    Hopefully this will come in handy to someone, or maybe I'm just very late to this party

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