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Hello expert,

Need to do some joins on a table that is about 5k rows.
I have used MS SQL Server before but not for a while
So downloaded SQL Server Express.

Used to be there was an import data wizard to
bring in data from external sources. Can't find anything
like that in File, Edit, View Project, Debug, Tools, Windows, Help

All I want to do is import a spreadsheet. Where did the
Import Data Wizard go?

Thanks

Allen in Dallas

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Go to Tools -> External Tools.  Click Add, and enter the command C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\110\DTS\Binn\DTSWizard.exe.  Yours may be located elsewhere, just find DTSWizard.exe.  Give it whatever title you want (I use Import/Export Data).
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