Or use csv2xls out of Text::CSV_XS' examples folder:
$ csv2xls --help
usage: csv2xls [-s <sep>] [-q <quot>] [-w <width>] [-d <dtfmt>]
[-o <xls>] [file.csv]
-s <sep> use <sep> as seperator char. Auto-detect, default
The string "tab" is allowed.
-e <esc> use <sep> as seperator char. Auto-detect, default
The string "undef" is allowed.
-q <quot> use <quot> as quotation char. Default = '"'
The string "undef" will disable quotation.
-w <width> use <width> as default minimum column width (4)
-o <xls> write output to file named <xls>, defaults
to input file name with .csv replaced with .xls
if from standard input, defaults to csv2xls.xls
-F allow formula's. Otherwise fields starting with
an equal sign are forced to string
-f force usage of <xls> if already exists (unlink befor
-d <dtfmt> use <dtfmt> as date formats. Default = 'dd-mm-yyyy
-D cols only convert dates in columns <cols>. Default is eve
-u CSV is UTF8
-v [<lvl>] verbosity (default = 1)
Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn
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