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I have to write a spreadsheet marco that connects to a SQL database, and queries it and inputs the result into the spreadsheet cell.

Could anyone point me to some sample code that connects to a database using an ODBC source, and some sample code to query the database, that will go into a varible so that I can dumb it into a cell.

I am using Microsoft Excel 2003.

Thanxs for reading.

GrahamR99
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