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Hi,
I have an Access DB that tracks employee training. There are about 100 different training columns and I was given a list of employees (and employee id's prinmary key) that have completed First Aid training.

Besides exporting the data into excel then doing a vlookup on the SSN's to get the completed training dates for First Aid Then re-importing all of the data back into my Access DB, is there a way that I can have a VBA script or VB script pick up the txt file and update the First Aid training dates in my Access DB?

I have done alot of searching for an answer to this and cannot seem to find anything...
Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
Feb 11 '08 #1
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MindBender77
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One possible solution would be to create a macro that Imports the text file into its own table (TransferText). Next, in the same macro run an update or append query.

Bender
Feb 11 '08 #2

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