Import MS Access Database To Excel 2010 Using MS Query
Microsoft Query is one of the most popular techniques to import data from external data sources into your Excel sheet. It offers a very flexible way of importing data such that if the data changes in the source database then you can also get the latest updates in your excel sheet by just refreshing your spreadsheet.
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You can share data between Access 2010 and Excel 2010 in many ways. Excel worksheet consists of cells that are organized into columns and rows, Access recognize them as fields and records. Access 2010 provides an easy way to import Excel worksheets, this post will explain in detail how to import worksheet in Access from Excel 2010.
I have difficulty in doing my database project. I have an excel workbook where users enter all the data in the cells. Later, from Access I need to import all the data that I have filled earlier in Excel. I know we would need to use Import wizard. It is tedious to do so moreover if the data in Excel is updated. So, I'm looking for help how to import the data from Excel to Access using VBA. Really looking for feedbacks
These questions are regarding general situations for consolidating data into an Access database. Some data is contained in a database that has been created (or is in the process of being created) and other data was previously recorded in an Excel spreadsheet. I am trying to consolidate by importing the data from the Excel spreadsheet into the database.
First of all, I should be able to import it into the current Access table(s), correct? Since Access data is normalized into different tables and data in Excel are not, would I import appropriate columns into each individual Access table? Would I have to make the Excel spreadsheet have the same columns and be in the same order as the table(s) in Access? Or can I just import it as is on Excel and Access can figure it out? Also, the Excel spreadsheet does not contain the information that was captured on the later version of Access.
Secondly, are there extra steps/precautions to take when importing data from an Excel spreadsheet into an Access database designed with autonumbers? The Excel spreadsheet does not contain an autonumber. However, an autonumber will be required when this information is imported into Access. Do I have Access select the primary key in the table so that it can recognize this imported data or would I have to run a query afterwards to assign an autonumber?
first of all I want to greet you all. This is my first post here. Horaaay
I must say I am not found of Access, the last time when I used it it was in middle school :/ but unfortunately because of my job I need to use it more and more. damn databases. hahah.
My question is, I need to make a database, like a main database where I can import all my data from different excel tables. I know that there is the possibility to import, but the thing is I need to have the ability to choose where to import which column. how to do that?. oh yea all the import excel data should have a separate table in the database and should be also shown in a "main table" where every data should be
I have an Access 2002 database which a number of users use to import worksheets from excel. Most of my users are using excel 2003 but a few have migrated to excel 2007 to move beyond the row limitation. The GUI for my db uses the docmd.transferspreadsheet command to import the excel tables. I get an error when trying to import an excel 2007 table. Any comment on modifing the vba code to allow import of the excel 2007 data.
I get the error message;
The Wizard is unable to access information in the file c:\Data. Please check that the file exists and is in the correct format.
The Excel file I am trying to import has a password but Access does not offer the option to input the password to allow the Excel file to be imported.
In Access 2007, the same files, Access would ask for the password to allow the import to proceed.
All of my Excel files are password protected. I have to remove the password on the file, import into Access, the replace the password in the Excel file.
Is this a security setting in Access I can change, or is there another answer?
While writing a new DB (Access 2010) I needed to import an Excel sheet and I noticed that there is absolutely no control over what columns are imported and which ones are skipped. I cant believe that any time we are going to import data we are forced to import the entire spreadsheet.
It seams like you can now just point click and hit finish, No OPTIONS
I need to be able to skip columns in excel sheets
I have tried many ways that I found on the web to solve this issue: when I import my Excel 2010 spreadsheet to Access 2010, the date field is coming back with type conversion failure on the date field.
The spreadsheet has 59,000 rows. How can I quickly resolve this problem? I have tried changing the Excel file to a csv file and it comes back with even more errors.
I have Access 2010 and I would like to import Spreadsheets stored in SharePoint 2010. I have figured out how to import a SharePoint list. However, I want to import the actual spreadsheets. Is there a way to do that? Better yet can I link to the spreadsheets?
I'm using the Import Wizard in A2010 to import data from an Excel 2010 worksheet. There are 64 columns and 27,700 rows. The procedure throws the error above and halts the import. Any ideawhat this means and how to get around it?