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I need some help interacting between an Excel spread sheet and an Oracle database. Retrieving data from the database to Excel with QueryTable.Add works fine, but not when I want to modify data in the spread sheet and then return the data back to the database. I guess I'll have to refer to the DAO add-in and declare a ODBC connection. I hope someone has a good idea of how this can be done.

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I still have a few pages left to read, but it seems like I'll find the answer here!!

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