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Populate data from SQL Server into excel

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Hi,

I need to populate datafrom SQL server to excel in some specific cell.

I have done that using  ADO.NET.

But I am stuck in populating data into check box.
The criteria is :

There is a status flag in a table. The value of that be 0 or 1.
That field value will be populated into a check box field in excel. The tick mark will be put in the excel check box if the field value of the database table is 1.


Please help  me.
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See this link

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306125

And when you have the relevant data then simply incorporate this code.

Checkbox1.Value = Field1

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