ASC type Office issues downloading to AS400 system

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AS/400
AS/400 objects
Microsoft Office
We are upgrading from Office 2000 to Office 2007 and it appears that the type ASC is missing. (think it was gone in Office 2004)

We need the ASC type to download a large file to the AS/400 without this format the file comes over incomplete on unreadable

Does anyone have a converter or any suggestions for me?

Thanks!

 

 

 



Software/Hardware used:
office ASC ibm as400

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  • TomLiotta
    Since the common references to a .ASC file "type" describe it as a simple ASCII text file, there's no reason it shouldn't upload fine -- unless ASCII<=>EBCDIC character encoding hasn't been enabled or set up for it in your NetServer configuration. Can you explain what tour .ASC files contain? Can you open and read them with Notepad okay?
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