well I am not an IT guy at all - just a normal person who was trying to solve the issue :-) agree storing passwords in excel is probably pretty dumb but a lot of people do it- but that's history and at least now I have KEY!
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Most people who don't previously have a password manager app use some type of office app like excel to store their passwords. My excel had over 100 passwords and I couldn't find a way to import those into KEY. It took me two hours and forty minutes of experimentation but I did the following: - download KeePass 2 for free and create a database (you have to create a password or similar) - arrange the excel file into five columns with column titles as follows Title, User Name, Password, URL, Notes; to be safe the file should contain no other data or sheets with data - save the excel file as CSV file - Import the file into KeepPass2 using Generic CSV importer; I had to replace the field separator , with a ; - Export the data into a KeePass xml (2.x) file - import the data into KEY Worked perfectly for me and without the trial error it should not take that long, but it is really a shame that doing this involves downloading a competing password manager. There was a post from someone else where one of the replies proposed another solution (don't know if that works or is safe - didn't see it until now): https://community.f-secure.com/t5/F-Secure-KEY/import-specs-for-key-Please/m-p/50575#M471 such an important product and presumably such an easy fix?
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