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Quartz | Level 8

Hi,

I would like to import an excel (xlsx) file where the variable names are on the 8th row and the data starts on the 9th row.

How should I go about accomplishing this?

proc import OUT=WORK.spill

datafile="C:\Users\Spill_Data\&file_in..xlsx"

dbms=EXCEL REPLACE;

    RANGE="&file_in.$";

    GETNAMES=NO;

    MIXED=NO;

    SCANTEXT=YES;

    USEDATE=YES;

    SCANTIME=YES;

run;

Thank you.

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PGStats
Opal | Level 21

You can either create a named range in your Excel workbook and import that range with RANGE="myRangeName" or tell SAS where your data is with something like RANGE="&file_in.$A8:AB200" . - PG

PG
JatinBansal
Calcite | Level 5

Hi

I suppose the following will work. (Not checked)

proc import OUT=WORK.spill

datafile="C:\Users\Spill_Data\&file_in..xlsx"

dbms=EXCEL REPLACE;

    RANGE="&file_in.$";

    GETNAMES=NO;

    MIXED=NO;

     namerow = 3;

     datarow = 4;

    SCANTEXT=YES;

    USEDATE=YES;

    SCANTIME=YES;

run;

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