Can Excel display results from a SQL procedure?

I would like to create a SQL procedure to be used in Excel.  I am looking for a way in Excel to create a single tab for this.  The top of the tab would have the parameters to pass to the SQL procedure, then there would be some type of button to execute.  The results then show in the same tab.

Does anyone know if this is possible?  I currently have some SQL views being populated in Excel tabs, I am hoping there is a similar feature for SQL procedures.
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nishant joshiTechnology Development ConsultantCommented:
You can create a macro in excel.

VBA code in macro can read data from sql server procedure with defined parameter in cell.Hope this will help for your requirement.

Check video for VBA read from sql server.Let me know if more info needed.

Excel Macro SQL

You should take a look at this link from Microsoft:
Running a SQL Stored Procedure from Excel (No VBA)

And On this link, you will have VBA code + a Excel file sample at the end to help you build the macro if needed. You just have to connect to your Provider and Data Source.
Running a SQL Server stored procedure from Excel

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rye004Author Commented:
This worked great!  Thanks!
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