Excel 2013 DAO

I'm working in Office Excel 2013 and using the worksheets as a DB with ADODB.  I know the DELETE keyword does not work.  However, has anyone developed a workaround that could be part of a DAO to delete records from table.
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HyperBPPAsked:
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aikimarkCommented:
What type of dataset type are you using?  The default is a forward-only snapshot, which doesn't allow updates to the recordset.  Try instantiating your recordset as a dynaset type.
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
The "official" method is to use automation to open Excel and delete the records/rows.
However, as you operate from Excel, it should be even simpler: Just open the worksheet as is and/or the Range in question and delete the rows.

/gustav
HyperBPPAuthor Commented:
But how do Identify the range?  I need to query somehow to get the row number without adding an id.
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
It would be the same that you link using DAO.

/gustav

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