Different products can have several set of features applied. Your solution can work only if all products have the same features.

Simtech

Excel i very pow*erful in the correct hands, if I have *

*in cell A1 the formula =B1&C1&D1&E1&F1 if you put 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 into the respective cell you will get a result of 12345 in A1.*

*in Cell A1 the formula =B2&C2&D2&E2&F2 if I put 1,2, blank, }, 5 in the respective cells I would get 12}5 as the result.*

*So write a single line of maybe one but possibly many related formulas, select them and hold the CTRL Key when dragging down will make the formulas do what you need. *

*I like to break my formulas up across a few cells, *

*formulas can be written to ignore blanks, leave spaces, anything you can imagine to do. *

*So you can build a single sell of information out of many cells made up of many more cells. All you have to do is apply logic from the result you want back to how you want the user to input the information.*

*The user input could easily be controlled using a data form, with the product code as the control.*

*Another formula could be used to insert the results into the correct field in the CSV file from CS Cart export. matching the product code to ensure the correct entries are added to the correct product. *

*The don't have to be even in the same order in the different tables in excel.*

*Alan*