The original discussion was about excel and whether csv files can have row and column ids embedded in them.
I wanted to know if I could print results to certain columns and rows I assign.
This was your original problem.
I am concerned that that this default opening of csv files by msexcel has led to a general dumbing down of knowledge about file formats so that people dont know that CSV is a plain human readable format and we can use many command line utilities that predate msexcel (like awk and sed) to to open and interpret the contents.
Even in your redirection example (post #17 in this thread), the destination row and column numbers cant be stored in the csv file.
If you open your spreadsheet and position the cursor in any arbitrary cell say cell "b25", say and import the data by pasting, it will be imported into cell b25 onwards. You are not assigning the desired cell in the csv file.