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Posted on 2000-03-07
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Is there a way to make VB read whatever is in Excel and posting it onto a form. After reading it can it save it on an Access database by a click of a button??
I need the answer ASAP please.

Any help is appreciated thanks!
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mbarreto022800 earned 25 total points
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Here's a small example:

Dim Excel As New Excel.Application

Excel.Workbooks.Open "C:\ola.xls"
Excel.Application.Visible = False

MsgBox Excel.Application.Cells(1, 1).Value
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by:mbarreto022800
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By the way you will need the Microsoft Excel 8.0 Object Library on your project (I'm not sure if there is a difference between versions).
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by:hello_200
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It is giving me an error message
"Invalid outside procedure"..plus the results will appear on a msgbox can't i put them in a text box?
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by:hello_200
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I have followed a different way of reading the information from excel and putting them in textboxes.
But thanks for your help!
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