Learn Excel 2010 – “Access Format”: Podcast #1436

September 27, 2011 at 2:51 pm


Do you need to format your Excel Data Set -which has previously been prepared as a printed report- so that it is now capable of being imported into Microsoft Access or an other Database software? Today, in Episode #1436, Bill shows us how to accomplish this task effectively.

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