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Is it possible in Excel 2007 to link to a SQL database in order to make changes to it?

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Yes and no. You can make changes in Excel to SQL server, but it requires running a macro that will either call a SQL command (UPDATE WHERE) or a stored procedure with parameters.

You cannot pull a table using query from SQL, update in excel and have the updates automatically done in SQL.

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