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SO far I got this:
207 1 'Peak Table' (pps 30) FILE f4 + bytes 208 2 'Slice Data' (pps 31) FILE 1a + bytes 209 3 'Compound Table' (pps 32) FILE 2ef4 + bytes 210 4 'Grouping Table' (pps 33) FILE 1ca + bytes 211 5 'Calib Data File' (pps 34) FILE a9c + bytes 212 6 'Compound Results' (pps 35) FILE 3e + bytes 213 7 'Grouping Results' (pps 36) FILE 32 + bytes 214 8 'Peak Picking Param' (pps 37) FILE 28 + bytes 215 9 'Quantitation Param' (pps 38) FILE 30 + bytes 216 10 'Time Program For Data' (pps 39) FILE 18 + bytes 217 11 'Time Program For Method' (pps 3a) FILE 18 + bytes 218 12 'Column Performance Param' (pps 3b) FILE 68 + bytes 219 13 'Compound Calib Peak Info' (pps 3c) FILE d0 + bytes 220 14 'Grouping Calib Peak Info' (pps 3d) FILE d0 + bytes 221 15 'Compound Calib Curve Info' (pps 3e) FILE 0 + bytes 222 16 'Compound Calib Peak Info2' (pps 3f) FILE 30 + bytes 223 17 'Grouping Calib Curve Info' (pps 40) FILE 0 + bytes 224 18 'Grouping Calib Peak Info2' (pps 41) FILE 30 + bytes 225 23 'GC Data Processing Original 2' (pps 11) DIR 22.03.2012 + 12:07:01 226 24 'GC Data Processing Original 3' (pps 12) DIR 22.03.2012 + 12:07:01

from the OLE::Storage_Lite but how can I access the data within a FILE pps Object?
Thankxxx again...

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