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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/8/11 Office 2007 Integration BUS 311
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4/8/11 Importing Limitations You only import single Excel worksheets, not entire workbooks. You can import 255 columns of data into a table in Access. Split Data into multiple tables
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4/8/11 Prepare Data 1. Add headings to all columns, because they'll make your data easier to use in Access 2. Remove any unwanted or blank rows or columns from the worksheet. You can't skip or filter rows during the
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4/8/11 Verify Imports ALWAYS Verify Import worked correctly Blank Columns in Excel are named
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4/8/11 Why Excel For Reporting Statistical Analysis is not a strength of Access Financial statement analysis is often more efficient to use Excel Comfort level Many business professionals know Excel
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Unformatted text preview: but don’t Access very well • But still need centralized storage and ability to constantly be working with most up-to-4/8/11 In-Class Activity • For budgeting purposes, each department (MIS, Finance, Marketing, etc.) wants to know how many students in their respective majors owe money and what the aggregated total outstanding balance is. 1. Build a query to return all records in the students table for the Fall 2010 semester, but only return records where students have an outstanding balance for the Fall 2010 term. 2. Create a Table in Excel linked to this query (sort by major, format the table, create a...
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