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Referring to the image below, should I use 'CSV' (Comma Separated Values) as a label or something else?

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Is this column used to record the number of CSV files imported? If you can clarify the purpose it will be easier to come up with a label. –  Michael Lai Apr 4 '13 at 11:18
    
I want to extract list from the database –  Vipala Apr 4 '13 at 11:18

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If you are importing data from a CSV file, and it specifically has to be in a CSV format (no .xls for example), then you should use "CSV" as the label. If it is not specifically a CSV format, then you should rather use something like "imported" or "files imported".

If you are attaching a file to some document (think of an email attachment here), then you should use "attachments" as the term.

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It seems that you use "CSV" to show the source from which e-mail addresses have been imported. In this case I suggest "From Files" instead of "CSV" and "Import from CSV file" instead of "CSV file import".

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