002916: The .csv file is not UTF-8 encoded. Encode the csv file and resubmit your batch geocoding job.


The .csv file is not UTF-8 encoded.


Save the .csv file with UTF-8 encoding before using it as input to the tool. Use a text editor that supports encoding to save the .csv file with UTF-8 encoding, for example, Notepad++, as follows:

  1. Open the .csv file in Notepad++.
  2. Copy all the data from the .csv file to a new file in Notepad++.
  3. Choose Encode in UTF-8 from the Encoding menu.
  4. Click Save As from the File menu.
  5. Specify a name for the file including .csv as the file extension. For Keep the Save, use the default Normal text file (*.txt) option.
  6. Resubmit the new .csv file as the input table for the tool.