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I'm really trying all avenues at once and I thought this was a good time as any to take a deeper look at Perl.Probably is a good reason to take a deeper look at Perl, whether or not it is a good time is your call depending on how much of a hurry you are in to do the current task.
On another list I subscribe to, a common question is "What language is the best for scripting?" This is for a GIS (mapping) application that can be scripted using many different languages. My answer is, "The best language is the one you know best."
There is a .pdf file of this information as well and I'll be working on converting that to a text file and so forth
That is great, esp. if the PDF is actually text and not an image. You can export the text out to RTF, save that as plain text, open it up in Excel, and format it as CSV. All that would remain would be to determine the CSV format that Outlook expects, massage your Excel file accordingly, export it to CSV, and then import to Outlook.
Once this task is behind you, you can start learning Perl, and then maybe even come back to this task to see how you could do it using Perl.
when small people start casting long shadows, it is time to go to bed