02-10-2015 03:55 PM
The first step will be to move it to the folder/myfolders location set in the VM for the University Edition which is kind of blind to anything not there or in a subfolder.
Then start UE and go through an import task.
02-10-2015 04:09 PM
Have you created the myfolders location as in the Installation Guide? If not refer to the Installation Guide for your specific VM option.
If so, you can copy/paste it to the relevant folder where you created myfolders.
02-10-2015 04:57 PM
I created myfolders by running the code from the set up where the data were part of the code so i guess i will need to copy-paste the data into the run code? I fond some code for inputting a CVS but haven't been able to get it to recognize my file name yet.
02-10-2015 06:33 PM
You need to manually create the myfolders. Please read the installation guide, you can find the installation guide for VMware in the Step2 section of the link below.
02-11-2015 06:27 AM
You might also find this topic from the SAS University Edition Help Center useful. It talks about using the IMPORT snippet to create a SAS table from an Excel worksheet.
02-11-2015 04:13 PM
When you created the shared folder, you should have specified a physical path for the folder. For example, the physical path could be C:\UniversityEdition\myfolders. Using Windows Explorer (assuming that you are using Windows), can you save the Excel file to that directory.
Here is more information about shared folders and how they work. Hopefully, that can help.