Convert Excel file to Access file

I need to convert an Excel 2016 file into an Access 2016 file.  The Excel file has 4 colums and multiple rows and 2 sheets.  Is there a way I can import this information into Access and have it converted into a database file without having to retype all the information?
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
The steps to convert Excel to Access are in this blog.

There are also videos on YouTube to do this as well.

Here's one...
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
You could easily import the data from the 2 sheets into an Access database by going to External Data>New Data Source>From File>Excel.

That's not really going to make a 'proper' database though, that would need further work.

What exactly do you have in Excel and what exactly do you want to do with it in Access?

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