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Linking to Excel

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I've got an access application (XP) where I need to do some final
analysis/layout work in excel.

If I use the Office Links/"Analyze it in Excel" feature I can get the data
across and customize it. But then when the Access database changes and I use
the "Analyze it" feature again, it will either create a new spreadsheet or
will overwrite the existing one and I lose the customisation.

Is there an equivalent of a "Paste Special" that I can use or other fairly
simple process that will accomplish what I'm looking for.

My competence level is probably hovering somewhere around intermediate at
the moment - but I'm a willing learner <G>. So any advice or links to
articles on websites will be appreciated.


Nov 13 '05 #1
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