When using Client Access can anyone tell me which is the best way to transfer an
XCEL spreadsheet and create a database file on the AS400. What should I save the
XCEL file as or can it be transferred directly as it is - if so what parameters
are needed in the details section.

Currently I save to ASCII text space delimited then transfer to a source file
which then gets a CPYF *CVTSRC performed. However I have spreadsheets whose
columns vary in width and have to adjust accordingly - I am sure there is an
easier way but no manuals on site - help!

Regards,

Chris


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