How to import Access web app data into an Excel workbook for reporting
This two-step process enables you to import Access web app data into Excel, where you can filter, graph, and analyze it to produce meaningful reports. In this article, I'll show you how to import Access web app data into an Excel workbook where you can then filter, graph, analyze, report, and more. Importing is an easy two-step process, but it's not particularly intuitive. You must first enable a connection for the database. Then, you create the connection in Excel, which allows you to import the data. If you skip the first step, the subsequent import will fail.
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