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Analyze in excel

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Dennis Fits, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Dennis Fits

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    MS-Access 2000.
    I wrote a simple query to select a certain population of records.
    When the data sheet is created, I attempt to send it to excel (55,000
    Records) usig the Tools, Office Links, Analyze In Excel, and get this error
    that it exceeds its limit either in Excel or MS Access.
    Is there an option or limit of what I can sned to Excel from MS-Access?
    Thanks,
    D
     
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  3. KARL DEWEY

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    Excel has a row limit of 65K.
    In SQL view add the your SQL statement like this --
    SELECT TOP 65000 xxx.xx, xxx.yy, xxx.zz ...

    "Dennis Fits" wrote:

    > MS-Access 2000.
    > I wrote a simple query to select a certain population of records.
    > When the data sheet is created, I attempt to send it to excel (55,000
    > Records) usig the Tools, Office Links, Analyze In Excel, and get this error
    > that it exceeds its limit either in Excel or MS Access.
    > Is there an option or limit of what I can sned to Excel from MS-Access?
    > Thanks,
    > D
     
  4. Joseph Meehan

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    Dennis Fits wrote:
    > MS-Access 2000.
    > I wrote a simple query to select a certain population of records.
    > When the data sheet is created, I attempt to send it to excel (55,000
    > Records) usig the Tools, Office Links, Analyze In Excel, and get this
    > error that it exceeds its limit either in Excel or MS Access.
    > Is there an option or limit of what I can sned to Excel from
    > MS-Access? Thanks,
    > D


    The older Excels have a 64,000 line limit (255 columns) , It sounds
    like you are somehow hitting that.

    Newer version have extended that limit.

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    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
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