If your BOM structure is rather simple, an XML BOM table could represented as a comma delimited file. It would take some programming to make it happen though.
Thanks for your reply. I was thinking that programming would be the only solution, but I was hoping I was wrong. Unfortunately, our BOM structure is sort of complicated and the program that will eventually be reading the files needs them in a *.csv format, so I don't know if we could represent it as a comma delimited file.
I was trying to record my actions in SolidWorks and then use the macro that it produced. However, when I place the bill of materials table on the part and then click in the upper left corner and save it as a *.csv file, for some reason the file that is saved has all of the information going into their own columns and rows. Any ideas on why it's being saved as a *.csv file, yet it won't actually separate the information with commas? Until I can figure out why it's not separating the information by commas, I am hesitant to use the recorded macro.
Thanks again for all of your time and help, Jeff! I really appreciate it.