Tranpose Excel worksheet to Access

I need to transpose this to vertical based in access such that it will be
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MPA        PlanningPartGroup                       Platform        Dates Values

FLEX-PTP      SPT MID DW M SFP GROUP      LIMO PRO     8/21    9
FLEX-PTP      SPT MID DW M SFP GROUP      LIMO PRO     8/28   14
FLEX-PTP      SPT MID DW M SFP GROUP      LIMO PRO     9/4     12

Is it possible to be done in access?
Or if not, is it better to transpose it in Excel and then import?

Thanks!
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Ryan ChongCommented:
you probably can write a macro to copy the cells content from row 13 onward into a temporary worksheet and use it for the importing.

it depends on whether you want to do the data transpose in Access or Excel, but do it in Access could be faster.
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