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MS Query link in Excel

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

  1. Naz

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    I have created a database with a table of transactions by costcodes, i then
    have a query that links supplier name for the suppler code in the transaction
    From the query i have two queries that return the transactions for 2
    different costcodes.
    I then have the results of these queries placed in two different workbooks
    using the Data > Import External Data > Importa Data feature. I then set the
    data to refresh on opening of workbook.
    All works well except when you open the two work books together, the data in
    the first one that gets opened refreshes but I get this following error for
    the second one.

    [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] The text file specification
    'Transactions_0607 Link Specification1' does not exist. You can not import,
    export, or link using the specification

    Can anyone shed any light on what this means?

    All help is appreciated.

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