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Excel merged into Access

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Purav Arya, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Purav Arya

    Purav Arya
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    Hi, I have several excel files with vendor names and their relative
    percentages. Some of the vendor names is same and some are different and they
    are in a mixed order in all the files.
    Is there a way whereby I can import the columns from the excel files so that
    if the vendor name is present, it adds the percentages in a new column, and
    if it isn't then it generates a new one under specific headings.
    Thanks
     
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  3. Joseph Meehan

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    Purav Arya wrote:
    > Hi, I have several excel files with vendor names and their relative
    > percentages. Some of the vendor names is same and some are different
    > and they are in a mixed order in all the files.
    > Is there a way whereby I can import the columns from the excel files
    > so that if the vendor name is present, it adds the percentages in a
    > new column, and if it isn't then it generates a new one under
    > specific headings.
    > Thanks


    Try importing what you have using the import feature in Access (Get
    external data, import). Remember to choose the Excel file type from the
    list at the bottom of the selector box.

    Without knowing exactly how the data is stored in Excel, it is rather
    difficult to offer specific instructions.

    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
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