Import and Export in VBA

Use a closed workbook as a database (DAO) using VBA in Microsoft Excel

With the procedures below you can use DAO to retrieve a recordset from a closed workbook and read/write data. Call the procedure like this: GetWorksheetData “C:\Foldername\Filename.xls”, “SELECT * FROM [SheetName$]“, ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1).Range(“A3″) Replace SheetName with the worksheet name you want to … Continue reading

Use a closed workbook as a database (ADO) using VBA in Microsoft Excel

With the procedures below you can use ADO to retrieve a recordset from a closed workbook and read/write data. Call the procedure like this: GetWorksheetData “C:FoldernameFilename.xls”, “SELECT * FROM [SheetName$];”, ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1).Range(“A3″) Replace SheetName with the worksheet name you want to … Continue reading

Import data from Access to Excel (DAO) using VBA in Microsoft Excel

CopyFromRecordset is probably the easiest method of getting data from an Access table to an Excel worksheet. Sub DAOCopyFromRecordSet(DBFullName As String, TableName As String, _ FieldName As String, TargetRange As Range) ' Example: DAOCopyFromRecordSet "C:\FolderName\DataBaseName.mdb", _ "TableName", "FieldName", Range("C1") Dim … Continue reading

Import data from Access to Excel (ADO) using VBA in Microsoft Excel

With the procedure below you can import data from an Access table to a worksheet. Sub ADOImportFromAccessTable(DBFullName As String, _ TableName As String, TargetRange As Range) ' Example: ADOImportFromAccessTable "C:\FolderName\DataBaseName.mdb", _ "TableName", Range("C1") Dim cn As ADODB.Connection, rs As ADODB.Recordset, … Continue reading

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