You can query straight from Excel. There is an option in the query options dialog to include field names. Depending on the amount of data you are working with, you may want to link using Access.

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Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Field Column Headings of BPCS Files

STW for SQL2XLS or some such thing:
SQL2XLS SQLSTMT('select * from rco')
TOXLS('/home/rob/myoutput.xls')
SHEETNAME(RCO)
COLHDRS(*FLDNAM)


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