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importing a section of an excel sheet into Sql server 2005 using SSIS package

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I want  to import into a sql server 2005 database using an SSIS package from an excel file.

I only want to import the section headed "Old Users" and ignore all other sections...
Any ideas on how I can use SSIS to achieve this?
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create a "bulk insert task", and define first and last row.
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Hi x-men , thanks for that.....much appreciated
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