Mapping excel column into a sql 2000 format?

Manq5230

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  2. 2013
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I am not an expert and am self taught in excel, I have created a great price list for our company that we hand out to our customers/sales staff. However, the company computer system is running on SQL 2000. The question is, if I have all the data in straight columns, can excel talk back and forth to the SQL data base where we can enter the most current data into my Excel price book, and then map it into the data base on the sequel 2000 program. Is this possible, and what would I need to accomplish this.

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