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Im using a certain script that has many note tags for items.. so its hard to check each individually as the note tag is like the top 8 lines only. I was hoping there'd be a way that the game imports the values from the cells of the excel data sheet.. for example column A in excel will be the <gainHP=n> then i just enumerate the values per row..
 

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if you search on steam, one of the free tools is the "RPG Maker MV Tools - Database Converter".
that allows you to export and import the database to excel.
 

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thanks i checked it, i think its not what im looking for because it just lists the content.
 

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i think its not what im looking for because it just lists the content
you're missing a step here.

what the program does is export and/or import the regular database to and from excel.
what you need to do is export your existing database, then have excel combine that result with your table for the notetags, and as a third step import the combination back into the project.

That middle step requires a number of text manipulation formulae inside excel, but it easy if you know how to use those excel functions.
and there is no other way to do this unless you want something specifically programmed for you (which is a lot more work for someone else)
 

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