This dialog box appears when the Join CSV command or the Join CSV button is selected in a toolbar.
Selects the first document.
Selects the second document. The two CSV documents will be merged by matching the key columns, unless Simply Merge is toggled.
Selects the key column.
If each line in the key column contains a unique value, this option reduces the speed of the Join operation.
Include all non-matching rows when merged. This is equivalent to OUTER JOIN in SQL if both check boxes are checked, LEFT JOIN if only the left check box is checked, RIGHT JOIN if only the right check box is checked, and INNER JOIN if neither are checked.
If this is checked, headings in the key column are ignored, so that original headings are retained in the merged document.
Specifies a condition.
If this is checked, column comparisons are case sensitive.
If Both split strings match, Key1 matches split Key2, or Key2 matches split Key1 is selected for Conditions, enter the separator to split strings.
Specifies the maximum number of limits.
This shows a list of all columns in both documents. The selected columns are included in the output, in this order.
This check box enables or disables all items in the list.
Moves the selected item(s) up on the list.
Moves the selected item(s) down on the list.
Moves the selected item(s) to the top of the list.
Moves the selected item(s) to the bottom of the list.
This check box allows you to combine the current column with previous column.
If this button is checked, EmEditor concatenates the current column with the previous column.
If this button is checked, EmEditor uses the first non-empty value to combine the current column with the previous column.
Merges the documents.