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Then run an update query using the 2 "tables" (which are one access table and one linked table - the Excel sheet). Then, at the bottom of the dialog, change "Files of type" to "Microsoft Excel." Choose the workbook that contains the sheet that you want to link, press ok, then follow the steps as the wizard guides you.
I am unaware on the technique used to link access table and excel sheet and how to write such a query which links two different entities as in this case. To link an Excel sheet to Access, go to File-Get External Data-Link Tables.
Effectively, the linked table is a single source approach.
The Access linked table is just a view of the data in Excel.
I used to update linked spreadsheets from a query in access with no problems in an earlier version of access (97). Example-I link to tab "policies" in an excel file that contains policy counts by zip code. I can import and do the update and then export, but what a lot of extra work--can I update the spreadsheet directly somehow? Conceivably, it might also be possible to come up with an elegant VBA solution to update an existing Excel file from Access.
In an access database, I have a table zips with zipcodes and the county and state they are in. I set up a query with the linked excel tab and the access table and join them on the common zip field. Tx Dale Yes, beginning with version 2002 or 2003, Access lost the ability to update linked Excel sheets. Use the built-in Help that comes with Excel/Access 2. A lot of VBA code can be acquired by using the Macro Recorder. Of course, the really simple solution would be to use an older version of Access (i.e.
UPDATE is especially useful when you want to change many records or when the records that you want to change are in multiple tables. The following example increases the Order Amount values by 10 percent and the Freight values by 3 percent for shippers in the United Kingdom: Sub Update X() Dim dbs As Database Dim qdf As Query Def ' Modify this line to include the path to Northwind ' on your computer.
Set dbs = Open Database("Northwind.mdb") ' Change values in the Reports To field to 5 for all ' employee records that currently have Reports To ' values of 2. Execute "UPDATE Employees " _ & "SET Reports To = 5 " _ & "WHERE Reports To = 2;" dbs.
For example, both programs can store large amounts of data, run powerful queries and analysis tools to slice and dice that data, and perform sophisticated calculations that return the data that you need.
Text End With When I used sqlik = "SELECT query which works in access" it didn't make any changes. Open Recordset(str SQL, db Open Dynaset, db Edit Add) With rec .
Recordset dim str SQL as String Set db = Open Database("c:\Database Folder\Your Database.accdb") str SQL = "SELECT * FROM your Table WHERE your Field=1" Set rec = db.
In many cases, you can use both programs, employing each for the purpose to which it is best suited.
In general, Access is better for managing data: helping you keep it organized, easy to search, and available to multiple simultaneous users.