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    I have a text data file with fields separated by fixed widths. How do I use Workbooks.opentext to open it as Excel having all fields copied over ? Let's say the widths are 5 8 8 5. Thanks for helping.
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Unfortunatley it is not very easy; I would reccomend that you read it in a line at a time and dump the contents into the workbook yourself

however

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/nov05/hey1117.mspx

Contains all the details on what is expected to do it
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