Data from Access

MartinK

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Hello,

I find the crosstabs in Access kind of akward. :biggrin: I'd like to establish a connection to a user-level secured database, run SQL and import the data into specified workbook, where I have already pivot tables "waiting" for the updated data.

I'd be grateful for suggestions how to make this in a most efficient way. I am (kind of) familiar with VBA and SQL, just need a hint.

Thank you very much
Martin
 

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DonkeyOte

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Martin are you planning to run the SQL in Access and then run a macro from Access to send the data to XL or do you plan to do this all from XL?

Moderators - pending answer to above suggest moving this to Access forum.
 
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