Access to excel

jbmahoney

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Do you know if it is possible to do a vlookup in excel that looks up an access database?
 

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I asked the same question on two forums and the answer from the experts
is no.
You can import the data fron Access to Excel and then use your lookup.
Sorry.
 
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