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SQL Server Management Studio Save and Use import steps

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I am using the wizard in SQL Server to import csv files to a table.
I want to save the import steps to make the import of multiple files quicker.
I saw that you can click on the SSIS checkbox in the last step
How do I use this to import further files?
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It will save the file as a package and then you can create a SQL Server job to run the package.
When creating the job step chose "SQL Server Integration Services Package" for the type and "File System" for the package source. Then just give the entire path for the file in the "Package" field.
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