Here’s something that should be the simplest possible thing to do (and I imagine is), but for which I’ve forgotten the simple steps.
Let’s imagine I have a very simple Tinderbox file, in which notes have only a few attributes. For example, an address file, in which the attributes were: $Name, $StreetAddress, $City, $State, $Zip.
Now suppose I wanted to export those values to a simple spreadsheet file. (Main reason: so I can consult them easily from my phone or iPad, since those don’t run Tinderbox.)
I know that it is simplicity itself to get spreadsheet values into Tinderbox – you just select them and drag them in. Is there a comparably simple way to transfer them out of Tinderbox, so that I can view them in an online spreadsheet? It wouldn’t need to be interactive: I just want a way to view values on devices where I can’t open or run Tinderbox.