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Jim

The IBM i Access file transfer program has a table creation wizard which
will create the table and then upload the spreadsheet data to the created
table. All you have to do to use it is to put a valid (IBM i) column name
at the top of each spreadsheet column and then use it to create the transfer
request.

After opening Data Transfer to System i, on the menu bar click Tools ->
Create System i Database File.

In the test I just ran, I had to save my spreadsheet as a .XLS (Excel '97 -
2003 format) in order to use it with the wizard, since our system is on V5R4
and it can only handle up to BIFF8 files.

- sjl






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