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Importing into Access XP

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Hey Group,

How could I import a Data from a Excel Spreadsheet, into a Already Exsiting
Table, also can I choose which coloum(s) need what row of data in?

Many Thanks
MCN
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"MadCrazyNewbie" <te**@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<LN********************@karoo.co.uk>...
Hey Group,

How could I import a Data from a Excel Spreadsheet, into a Already Exsiting
Table, also can I choose which coloum(s) need what row of data in?

Many Thanks
MCN


If you are willing to give a Java application a try, Super*SQL will
load any ASCII file into an existing table. If you are interested in
giving it a go, send me an E-mail and I'll provide more details.
Super*SQL can be found at www.sqlmagic.com.
Nov 12 '05 #2

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MadCrazyNewbie wrote:
Hey Group,

How could I import a Data from a Excel Spreadsheet, into a Already Exsiting
Table, also can I choose which coloum(s) need what row of data in?

Many Thanks
MCN

One command I would look at is TransferSpreadsheet.

You could run the above command to link the spreadsheet to Access then
run an append query to add the records then delete the link/tabledef.
Nov 12 '05 #3

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