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Use Excel to interface with MS Access query or table

Last Modified: 2016-02-11
I want to apply Excel as interface for an MS Access database. The user will only have to enter and updata one field in a query (or a table), but needs to see the other fields also. How can I accomplish this?
The reason to do this is that the only database interaction for this user is only this one field in one query. The user is used to simple Excel use and we do not want to expose him to a "new" computer application.
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