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Re: How to convert SAS file to .v5x file? #2

As of version 7 SAS libraries were not backwards compatible (for writing)
with version 5.  If you have a third party application that needs a SASv5.18
file then you'll need to export from SAS to a different compatible filetype
from that era such as CSV, WK1, or dbase that your application can import.

Paul Choate
DDS Data Extraction
(916) 654-2160

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Miranda -

What application is a .v5x file?  Are saying a SAS v5.18 file?

Paul Choate
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Hi ,
Does anyone know how to alter SAS 8.2 data files to .v5x files?
Thanks.
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