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Excel Automation is a very powerful technique where you can communicate with an Excel spreadsheet from within VBA code in your Access Project. This feature allows you to do some very powerful things, such as populating an existing spreadsheet with data from your database, taking advantage of excel sheets you have already set up, dump data into a spreadsheet and format it, and wide variety of functions. The example below shows simply how to interact with Excel from within your Access Application.
The Microsoft Access Excel Automation Database is a sample database that shows you how to implement Excel Automation inside your own Access Database.
Please note that this is a template database. If it does not meet your needs 100%, and you are unable to customize it yourself, let us know and we will provide a quote to develop the customizations you need to get you exactly what you want in your Access Excel Automation Database System.
Excel Automation Form
The full version of the database is a standard Access Database file. You will have full access to the database window, all design objects, the visual basic project code, and you will be able to modify or add to the design in any way you wish (this does not apply to the run-time/compiled versions). If you lack the time to integrate this database into your system, please Contact Us and we will be glad to help with your integration process. If you like the basics of what you see in the database, but need enhancements to make the system functional for your business, please Contact Us and we will develop a quote for you to implement the additional features and enhancements that you require.
This next function shows how to import an excel worksheet into an existing Access Database. This method is very valuable when you have to trap for certain situations and make sure the data is as expected.
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