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Date:         Wed, 2 Feb 2005 10:49:39 -0500
Sender:       "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Art Kendall <Art@DRKENDALL.ORG>
Organization: Social Research Consultants
Subject:      Re: values macro?
Comments: To: c halbert <cchalbertmph@YAHOO.COM>
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You most likely do not need a macro. Three ways are If you have a relatively new version of SPSS under Windows use APPLY DICTIONARY or INSERT

in any version the old way works. This is one example.

Save all your current work, then open a new instance of SPSS. cut and paste this syntax into a syntax window and save it as 'D:\project\card names.sps'. value labels acard ' 1' 'Ace' ' 2' 'Duece' ' 3' 'Trey' '10' 'Ten' ' J' 'Jack' ' Q' 'Queen' ' K' 'King'.

Save all your current work, then open a new instance of SPSS. Cut-and-paste then run the syntax at the end of this message.

Hope this helps.

Art Social Research Consultants University Park, MD USA (301) 864-5570

c halbert wrote:

>I have a set of 100 values that I have put in the value section of variable view so that the values will show up in the output. How do I set up a macro so these often used data points come up with the entered values with out re-entering the 100 each time??? > >Thanks! > > >--------------------------------- >Do you Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' > > > >

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