Parse An Output File From X-12-arima Using Vba

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I'm trying to parse an output file from x-12-arima using vba. The file is in this format

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invalidate the results of this test For the last three year period.
ICMETI, Total Inventories Communications Equipment PAGE 9, SERIES foo

D 12 Final trend cycle
From 2002.Jan To 2005.Dec
Observations 48
Trend filter 13-term Henderson moving average
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Needs to look like this in Excel
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