SPSS Program, Applied Statistics

I have 5 observations that i must plug into spss. I need an example of 1. I do not know if you are familiar with SPSS but I am going to ask anyway. Subject 1 is a Hispanic male who weights 220 pounds and is 71 inches tall. He has diabetes. His fasting blood sugar is 136 and his hemoglobin AIC is 8.2 Can you at least show me how to do this.
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