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Import E.D.I. file

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    jcliquidtension
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    Import E.D.I. file

    Hi,

    Is it very complicated to set up a template in excel to import data from an
    E.D.I. (Electronic Data Interchange) file? I have a pretty extensive
    knowledge of basic excel functions, and a beginner's knowledge of VBE. Any
    advice as to where I could start?

    Thanks,
    Jason

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    Fredrik Wahlgren
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    Re: Import E.D.I. file


    "jcliquidtension" <jcliquidtension@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
    message news:0CC87CCE-A5F3-4726-BF9C-79CDDF516DE8@microsoft.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > Is it very complicated to set up a template in excel to import data from

    an
    > E.D.I. (Electronic Data Interchange) file? I have a pretty extensive
    > knowledge of basic excel functions, and a beginner's knowledge of VBE.

    Any
    > advice as to where I could start?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Jason


    I think these files are binary. If so, you probably need to make an add-in
    using a .NET language or C/C++.

    /Fredrik



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