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I have a MSSQL Server and many databank .
I would like to import one of my databank all tables to ms excel.
Datenbank name is "proco" and including all tables that database import to ms excel.

how can i do that?
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>databank
I'll bite.  What's a 'databank'?
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To export one table into a spreadsheet, in SSMS right-click on Database, Tools..., Export Data, and follow the prompts.  This creates an SSIS package that can be re-used.

To export all tables into a single Excel spreadsheet, one table for each tab, don't know the answer to that one other than using SSIS to do a data flow for each table, into a separate tab.  I'll take a step back to encourage other experts to respond.
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