True,

But Jim didn't specify his version of UniVerse.

if his version does support TOXML it may still be the simplest option, and
avoids having to do any coding.

If not, it is always available on the Personal Edition ...

Brian 

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In a message dated 4/14/2004 8:29:24 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
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> If you are normalizing the data, you can dump the data into an XML format
> using an exploded SORT with the TOXML keyword. You can then load that
> directly, at least if you are running Excel 2003.
> 

Brian, not every implementation supports TOXML keyword
Will
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