Upload selected data to Access from Excel

ketangarg86

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Hi,

I am working on a project where I need to upload selected data from multiple sheets of an excel file. Here is an example of what I want.

1. I want to create a table in Access with around 10 columns
2. Column 1 should be populated with the date field found in A2 cell of sheet 1 of the excel file
3. Column 2-5 should be populated with the columns B2-E200 in sheet 2 of the excel file.
4. Columns 6-7 would be populated based on values from columns 1-2 of the table. Basically Column 6 should be Column 1 date plus 60 days.
5. Column 8-10 would be user generated after the excel is imported and the user should have the ability to attach around 5 files to each row.

Could you please let me know if this is possible. Would really appreciate it.

Thanks.
 

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