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Can I do things such as create a user friendly interface between the Relational Database and Microsoft Excel and output directly into Excel from the database?
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Yes, - when you say relational database - do you mean Access or Excel. It may be easier to create it in Access, as you can automate some of the bigger in-built function Access has to retrieve or export data to Execl (From).

Also, there is a lot of information on the web. Also, Access forms, IMHO (in my humble opinion) are easier to design and work with than Excel VBA 2.0 forms.
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