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I think we are well aware that CSV file is a plain text file with comma separated values in it. So its just simple plain text; formatting facilities, formulas etc are not available. Spreadsheets like excel allows to view a CSV file in a tabular format. So what ever jazzy facilities you see in excel are not owned by CSV.
Now you know that CSV is a plain text , you know how to handle a plain text file with a comma delimited tokens (CSV file processing can be more complex depending on the type of data you have For example handling embedded commas , quotes etc makes it complex if your data demands for it).
Now if you dont want to create a CSV , but a spredsheet with jazzy features , then go for tools like Apache POI.