A good reference for importing from excel to acces with vba.

Goofer

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Hey all,

I tried looking for threads how to make a macro to export excel data to ms access. Most threads were about how to get imports in acces from excel (so using vba inside access). But i want to write the macro in excel vba, so the other way around. So with a button in excel when i click it it will get stored inside an access database. Any good suggestions for any good threads?






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Goofer

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Sorry guys I jus got a little too early with my thread. I just found it in my book chapter 21 of vba and macro's microsoft 2010.
 

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