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You can move any of your data into an Excel Spreadsheet with a minimum of effort. Let's export our Customers table into Excel. Click on it once. Then go to the External Data Ribbon. Here is our Export group, and here is a button for Excel. First, it'll ask you where to save your file. Click on the Browse button to set the location and the file name. If you want to use it in Excel 2010 or 2007, leave it on this default. But if you want it in versions 97 to 2003, choose that here, or you can choose a version older than that.
We will make sure that it says Excel Workbook. Click Save. If you'd like to keep the same formatting and layout, click this check box. If you'd like Excel to open and display the results automatically, click this box. If you only want some records exported, you can select them before starting the Export, then use this option. Click OK. And Excel opens up, and there it is. See, it's easy to move data out of Access and into Excel.
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