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Importing information/data from PowerPoint into Microsoft Access 2003?

Posted on 2009-07-13
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I have a table of information from Microsoft PowerPoint. Is there anyway I can import that information into Access (2003) instead of manually inputting each piece of information (like I had been doing, which is not time efficient)? I know there is a way to do it when using Excel, but can it be done from PowerPoint? Do you have any suggestions on how to speed up this process so I do not have to manually input it via a form or into my table?  

Thank you very much, greatly appreciate any advice!
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Hi MaeMcG,

If you have just one table. I would copy the whole table into Excel ,make changes as necessary & then import it from Excel into Access.

Good Luck!

Gary
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