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With Extract Data for Microsoft Excel you can quickly convert row data to columns, group and export data to one or multiple worksheets. This Excel add-on will help you to effortlessly change the way your information is laid out, make it easy to print, review or analyze:Extract a row of data from Excel and convert rows to columns. Pull out entire rows or data from selected columns. Group extracted entries by any column.Export each row to an individual spreadsheet to print on one page, or extract all rows to one worksheet
Using the Export Wizard, you can export data from an Access database to in a file format that can be read by Excel. This article shows you how to prepare and export your data to Excel, and also gives you some troubleshooting tips for common problems that might occur.
Exporting data to Excel: the basics
When you export data to Excel, Access creates a copy of the selected data, and then stores the copied data in a file that can be opened in Excel. If you copy data from Access to Excel frequently, you can save the details of an export operation for future use, and even schedule the export operation to run automatically at set intervals.
Common scenarios for exporting data to Excel
- Your department or workgroup uses both Access and Excel to work with data. You store the data in Access databases, but you use Excel to analyze the data and to distribute the results of your analysis. Your team currently exports data to Excel as and when they have to, but you want to make this process more efficient.
- You are a long-time user of Access, but your manager prefers to work with data in Excel. At regular intervals, you do the work of copying the data into Excel, but you want to automate this process to save yourself time.
About exporting data to Excel
Access does not include a “Save As” command for the Excel format. To copy data to Excel, you must use the Export feature described in this article, or you can copy Access data to the clipboard and then paste it into an Excel spreadsheet.
- You can export a table, query, form, or report. You can also export selected records in a multiple-record view, such as a datasheet.
- Microsoft Excel includes a command to import data from an Access database. You can use that command instead of the export command in Access; however, the Excel import command only allows you to import tables or queries. For more information, see the Excel Help article Connect to (import) external data.
- You cannot export macros or modules to Excel. When you export a form, report, or datasheet that contains subforms, subreports, or subdatasheets, only the main form, report, or datasheet is exported. You must repeat the export operation for each subform, subreport, and subdatasheet that you want to export to Excel.
- You can only export one database object in a single export operation. However, you can merge multiple worksheets in Excel after you complete the individual export operations.
You can synchronize data between an external list and Microsoft Excel, and keep both sets of data up-to-date. For example, you may want to maintain a product inventory in a list so that it’s easy to share and update, but also do periodic inventory analysis by using Microsoft Excel.
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Editor’s note: In the video, Brandon Vigliarolo walks you through the steps of transferring data from Word forms to an Excel worksheet in Microsoft Office 365.
Word forms provide a convenient way to gather information from users or clients so that you can analyze it later. But bringing the data into Excel can be a big chore. To avoid having to manually enter the data into a worksheet, let Excel’s Text Import wizard bring it in for you. To demonstrate, let’s say you’ve asked employees to complete the form shown in Figure A.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a drop-down filter in Excel so that you can extract data based on the selection from the drop-down.
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