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Video: Move data from Excel to Access
Video Do you have a contact or inventory list in Excel that is getting hard to manage? Maybe it’s time to move it into Access, which provides better tools for managin...
Access 2010
Introduction to importing and exporting data
Article This article shows you what kinds of data you can import, link to, and export from Access. It also shows you some basic steps to get started.
Access 2010
Create an Access project
Article Learn what an Access project is, how Access projects work, how to create a new project, and how to connect an Access project to an existing SQL Server database.
Access 2010
Create a Web Service data connection
Article You can create an external data connection to a Web Service. For example, you can create a Web Service data connection to your enterprise Business Data Catalog ...
Access 2010
Import from or link data to a SharePoint list
Article You can import data from a SharePoint list into Access or link to a SharePoint list, which results in a linked table.
Access 2010
Resend a data collection e-mail message
Article Resending a data collection message can be useful when you want to either send the existing data collection e-mail message to additional users or to the same us...
Access 2010
Import or link Access to SQL Server data
Article You can import SQL Server data into Access or link to SLQ Server data, which results in a linked table.
Access 2010
Import or link to data in an Excel workbook
Article You can import Excel data into Access or link to an Excel file, which results in a linked table.
Access 2013, Access 2010
Streamline reporting on shared business data by using queries and macros
Article Report on data from a large external data source by creating a new database that has normalized data and automated importing. Print the reports or save them as ...
Access 2010
Share data between Access 2010 and Outlook 2010
Article Share contact information, such as names and addresses, between Access and Outlook.
Access 2010, Outlook 2010
Link to SQL Server data
Article Connect to data stored in SQL Server by linking to ensure that you work with the most current data.
Access 2013
Import data into an Access database
Article Import or export data to/from your database.
Access 2013
Import from or link data to a SharePoint list
Article You can bring data from SharePoint into Access in either of two ways — by importing, or by linking.
Access 2013
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