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How to export table in ms access to excel

I have table in ms access. Can v export data from ms access to excel. can any body explain it.

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  • JULIAN May 11, 2010

    The generic answer is yes BUT you need to explain in more detail what you want to do?


    1. What type of data is in the Access file?;

    2. What format?;

    3. How many fields?

    4. How will you be using the data from EXCEL?

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Yes you can export your access data into excel, follow steps on how to export.

1. open your access database
2. open the table data you to export
3. under table data view click tools menu
4. select analyze
5. select ms excel
6. this will open your seleted access table in excel

hope this will help you..

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