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EXCEL & working with external ODBC databases

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Hi

We have a MySQL database & we are able to connect to it within excel.

What functionality is available?
Can one edit to the data?
Perhaps you can sent me a link to follow with a tutorial to illustrate this.

TX
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tx. What functionality is offered nativly by MS Excell version 2010 and 2013 as regards actually editing the data. I can get it to display the data without an issue.
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Tx. Can you assist with installation of this https://blogs.oracle.com/MySqlOnWindows/entry/introducing_mysql_for_excel
I've installed the Workbench but no Add-in visible in Excell 2010.
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