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Chapter 5. Using Microsoft Query > Handling the Data Range

Handling the Data Range

After you've returned data to an external data range in an Excel worksheet, the range has some additional properties that you might want to work with.

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Microsoft Office applications use the term properties to refer to aspects of objects. As just one of many, many examples, a range of cells has a Borders property that specifies which borders (top, bottom, left, right, diagonal, or none) that the range has. Until you become familiar with the notion of properties you may find it helpful to think of a property as an option.



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