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Chapter 16. Sharing Data > Exporting Data to Excel

Exporting Data to Excel

Don’t try to imitate Excel’s powerful analyzing functions in Access. Instead, export your data into Excel and run your analysis there. In short, don’t ever work harder than you need to—let Office do its job!

Sending data to Excel is one of the easiest Office collaborations. You just select a table or query, select Analyze It with MS Excel from the OfficeLinks button, and you’re done. After your data is in Excel, you can use any Excel feature—Excel doesn’t care where the data came from.


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