Importing .cha files to Nvivo

Mcmanus K. K.McManus at soton.ac.uk
Thu Jul 18 16:40:29 UTC 2013


Dear all

We're trying to load bulleted .cha files in Nvivo 10, but it's quite a tricky job. The program does not accept. Cha files. We've tried changing the .cha files to .txt. files (using Notepad ++), but then accents (for French/Spanish e.g.) are lost or changed to numbers etc. The only way we've found so far is by copying .cha contents into Word individually, then saving a transcript as .doc. Does anybody know of a quicker way load. Cha files into Nvivo? Any advice would be most gratefully received.

Best wishes
Kevin

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Department of Modern Languages
University of Southampton

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