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Date:   Tue, 28 Nov 2006 14:50:49 GMT
Reply-To:   John I <not@HOTMAIL.COM>
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   John I <not@HOTMAIL.COM>
Organization:   Road Runner High Speed Online
Subject:   Re: How to Read PDF/RTF data in to SAS datasets
Comments:   To:

Frank Poppe wrote:

> John I schreef: > >> Richard A. DeVenezia wrote: >> >> > "Susiyanto, Dwi (GE Money)" wrote: >> >> Hi SAS experts, >> >> I have data of account list (that is like text file) in PDF/RTF >> >> format. If i looked in RTF/PDF , it will show the column and account >> >> list (including header of report), but when i do to copy paste to >> >> text file (by using editor/ultraedit), the column data in list will >> >> be rows. >> >> >> >> Basicly, I want to read the data of account list in PDF/RTF in to SAS >> >> datasets directly. >> >> >> >> I had tried with DDE link, it didn't work.. >> >> >> >> Anybody knows how to read it. >> > >> > If you have RTF documents, SAS on Windows platform, and Microsoft Word >> > installed you can try this precompiled SAS/AF program. >> > >> > >> > "SAS/AF Reading Data in Document Tables" >> > >> >> silly question: Do we need an AF license to run this application? > >

> No, you don't need an AF license to run compiled AF programs > > Frank Poppe >

In that case, I could get the dialogue box to show up, I could browse for files, but I could not get the app to analyze tables in any of several files I gave to it to decompose.

Any advice?

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