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Notice that the data need not begin in the first column, nor in the first row.
And here is the resulting data in grampsGramps:
[[File:Example imported Family Tree-test.csv-41.png|thumb|left|650px|Fig. {{#var:chapter}}.{{#vardefineecho:figure|{{#expr:{{#var:figure}}+1}}}}]]
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This example would create and add Harry Smith to the previously existing family in grampsGramps, family F1524.
Also, this example would marry two previously existing people, I0123, and I0562.
{{man note|LibreOffice allows you to turn off auto-formatting when you open the CSV file|If you don't do this, LibreOffice may interpret the dates incorrectly. Change the type of the column to '''Text''' rather than '''Standard.''' If your spreadsheet program doesn't allow you to format the fields before you get it into columns (eg, Excel) you need to change the display format of dates in gramps Gramps before you export. You can do this under {{man menu|Edit -> Preferences -> Display -> Date Format}}.}}
Also note that the children in the third area are existing people as indicated by the brackets around the gramps Gramps IDs.
Saving as CSV and importing into gramps Gramps produces the far right-hand column in the tree:
[[Image:Gen5-gramps.jpg|thumb|left|500px|Fig. {{#var:chapter}}.{{#vardefineecho:figure|{{#expr:{{#var:figure}}+1}}}} Saving as CSV and importing into gramps Gramps produces the far right-hand column in the tree.]]

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