Export 458000 rows of data to Excel

sam88

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I have a situation where I have 458000 rows of data in Access database that I need to export to Excel for pivot table analysis.

Question:
How to separate my 458000 records into 65000 records each so that I can export them into Excel directly ?

Thanks for your help
 

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Norie

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Why can't you do the analysis in Access?

Perhaps using crosstab queries, or even Access' own pivot tables?
 

Matty

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Why don't you just use Excel's 'Import External Data' function and create a Pivot Table in Excel based on the Table/Query in Access?

Just a thought...

Matty :)
 

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