This small Excel macro allows you to execute SQL commands on any ODBC data source directly in Excel and will paste the results in an Excel sheet where you can sort, filter and further manipulate the data.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: This small Excel macro allows you to execute SQL commands on any ODBC data source directly in Excel and will paste the results in an Excel sheet where you can sort, filter and further manipulate the data. Useful to quickly extract data from a database and manipulate it within excel. No need to copy and paste large sets of data from other programs to gain the full functionality of Excel.
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