Import Data from Access to Excel

We are going to import a data from the Microsoft Access together.

Microsoft Access is one of the applications of the Office suite, as is Excel. Access is an application that is responsible for maintaining databases.

You can import a database from Access and access it with Excel.

From a technical point of view, data import from Access is about creating a connection to the database. You will be able to refresh this connection at any time. Thanks to this, you will have access to the latest version of the data.

The ribbon

To import data from Access go to the Ribbon. From the menu press Data tab.

Import Data from Access data

Data importing

From the Get External Data select From Access

Import Data from Access click from access

Pick exact data base file which you want to import.

The database will open in the window. Select exact tables which you would like to import to your Excel spreadsheet.

Note: This is under the assumption that you have your access files saved in your computer because once you follow this step, you only browse to locate the access file.

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