In this post, we will be showing you how to use VBA to import from an Excel file.
Although Access comes with built-in importing functionality, sometimes you will want extra control over how the data is being imported. You might not want to import data into one single table or you may wish to convert certain entries before inserting them into a table. VBA gives you the power to do this and much more. So, check out our video below!
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