Can SQL script be used within excel?

bsnapool

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Just a simple one... Can SQL statements be used within excel? Ifso How?
 

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You can use Microsoft Query. Click Data -> Import External Data and follow the on screen instructions to import data (during the process you can go into ms query and edit the sql statement)
 
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I don't understand?
when you use an external data range it is 'linked'...what exactly would you be automating?
 
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Record a macro of you making a query thru MSQuery, then you can have a look at the code returned (which will contain the SQL statement).

Richard
 
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