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  1. #16
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    Apr 2010
    Steamboat Springs

    Why not have the Excel spreadsheet linked directly to Access as a separate Table. Then in a query you can join it to what ever other data you have. The excel file does not need to be open for this type of set up.

  2. #17
    samsquared is offline Novice
    Windows 10 Access 2010 64bit
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    May 2021
    St. Augustine, FL
    I can't get the Michael Saunders method to work presumably because I'm using Excel 2010 (it says 2013 and above). So, I went to the Google sheet to add some stocks. I see them in the Excel spreadsheet, but my linked Access table now just has #ERROR in each cell. I tried to re-link the spreadsheet but am getting a message saying "the connection for viewing your linked microsoft excel worksheet was lost" and so far I've been unable to fix that.

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