There are two easy ways to fix this:
- Change the filename of your exported logs from “somelogs.csv” to “somelogs.txt" and open them in Excel via the File->Open dialog. This will give you the option to choose Unicode UTF-8 encoding as the file origin, which will correctly* render the dashes in street names. Be sure to choose “Comma” as the Delimiter for the file, or the columns will not be separated in the spreadsheet.
- Use Google Documents to open the .csv file created by Auto Miles. Google Documents is freely available online at docs.google.com, and correctly handles UTF-8 encoded text. Your exported logs will render correctly in Google Documents.
*Well, sort of. The dashes will show up as underscores, since Excel is kind of crazy, but at least it's readable :)