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Date:         Fri, 30 Sep 2005 11:11:49 -0500
Reply-To:     Arthur Aguirre <arthur.aguirre@INCEPTA-MI.COM>
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From:         Arthur Aguirre <arthur.aguirre@INCEPTA-MI.COM>
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Hi list,

At times I deal with text data that are in Chinese and Japanese characters. These commonly are lost in SPSS but readable in Excel. Is there some format that I can use so that characters are retained in the SPSS database and these can be exported to/imported from Excel with no loss of information?

Any info or places to read up on the subject would be useful.

Thanks. Arthur

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