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ASP.net import data from Excel to SQL table in project

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I have an ASP.net 4 project with a SQL Server 2008  database in my project as shown in the image below. I need to get Excel data into Table1. What is the easiest way to do this using the GUI. Do I right click somewhere? Just need a straightforward data to get extra data into my table easily.
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right click the database, tasks, import data...

follow the wizard, should be straight forward
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Hi. Thanks but right clicking on the database gives me the options shown in the new image below
but none of these are what you mentioned. Where to from here
 right click
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thanks
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