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I need a custom registration page from for my site. I want to take some details from my regular visitor and then finally want these details in a csv or excel file. Is there is a plugin which can do this for me just like we have Contact Form 7 for Contact Page??? This question may seems common but please consider me as i am very new to wordpress.

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Once you downvote you should comment a reason to down vote. Please follow some SE standards. –  amod0017 May 10 '12 at 13:12
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While I haven't downvoted this question I considered it also - this question shows little to no research effort, which, as I am sure you know, is just as much part of SE standards. –  Johannes Pille May 10 '12 at 13:21
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If I understand you correclty, you are essentially asking two questions.

For one, you are looking for a solution for a customized registration- (login- / profile-) page. Also, you want to export data to .csv or .xls

As for the first issue, I'd recommend taking a look at Jeff Farthing's excellent Theme-My-Login plugin.

As for the second, I know of one discontinued plugin that might be of help. I have no experience with it though. Check out ALO Export XLS. A dirty solution would be to export directly from the DB via phpMyAdmin or the like. You might have to write your own plugin for this issue.

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Pile thnx for not downvoting it... I know SE standards and i have a strong believe in them. I have searched few plugins but i am unable to find the one which gives me a csv or excel directly. Will try this as well. –  amod0017 May 10 '12 at 13:47
    
i didnt find better answer than this... hence accepting the answer. Thanx a lot :) –  amod0017 May 16 '12 at 5:41
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