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Import Data From Databae Into Excel


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Importing data from databases into Excel has interesting uses in all companies where data has to be manipulated and used by different departments. Calculations and analysis of data in Excel is much easier and better.

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Import Data From Databae Into Excel

  1. 1. Import Data into Excel from <br />a database like Access<br /><br />
  2. 2.<br />A presentation by <br /><br />
  3. 3.<br />Click on Data<br />Select Import External data<br />Click on New Database Query…<br />
  4. 4.<br />4. Click on MS-Access Database and then OK<br />
  5. 5.<br />5. Find the <br />database file <br /> like <br />‘northwind.mdb’ <br />as shown in the <br />next <br />Slides<br />
  6. 6.<br />6. The final path to the <br />File Northwind.mdb is <br />shown here<br />
  7. 7.<br />7. Now we look for the <br />data to import<br />
  8. 8.<br />8. We have selected <br />‘Contact Title’, <br />‘Contact Name’ and <br />‘Phone’<br /> from the <br />customers table<br />
  9. 9.<br />9. Before importing <br />the data we can also <br />apply filters to <br />import specific data<br />
  10. 10.<br />10. Here we wish to <br />import all data <br />with ‘contact name ‘ <br />beginning with ‘m’<br />
  11. 11.<br />11. Data is also sorted<br />
  12. 12.<br />12. You can save the <br />query at this point <br />to run it <br />automatically later<br />
  13. 13.<br />13. Select starting cell <br />where the data <br />will be imported <br />into Excel <br />
  14. 14.<br />14. All the data <br />with <br />contact name <br />beginning with ‘m’ <br />and sorted in <br />‘ascending <br />order’ has been <br />imported!<br />
  15. 15.<br />Thanks for watching!<br />