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Fw: COMP:Importing Excel to Access (was Re: [iris-photos] Bloom Season Almost Over)

  • Subject: [iris] Fw: COMP:Importing Excel to Access (was Re: [iris-photos] Bloom Season Almost Over)
  • From: "Cheryl Leigh Chamberlin" <clc@cherylleigh.com>
  • Date: Sun, 30 May 2004 11:20:24 -0400
  • List-archive: <http://www.hort.net/lists/iris/> (Web Archive)

This really belongs here and not on the photos list!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Cheryl Leigh Chamberlin" <clc@cherylleigh.com>
To: <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Sunday, 30 May 2004 10:46 AM
Subject: COMP:Importing Excel to Access (was Re: [iris-photos] Bloom Season
Almost Over)

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Jean Sturtevant" <jms1027@cableone.net>
> To: "Iris Photos" <iris-photos@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Saturday, 29 May 2004 11:14 AM
> Subject: [iris-photos] Bloom Season Almost Over
> > and more about iris and especially enjoy meeting others who are
> > devotees.  Iris photos has been a wonderful
> > resource as has the AIS online checklist.  I currently have my irises
> > listed in an Excel workbook, but notice
> > that many have a database.  If anyone can tell me where I might obtain
> > one for Access, I'd appreciate the information.
> I made my own, and you can, too.
> Start Access. Click on "Blank Database".
> Give your file a name ("Irises" works <G>)
> Hit create.
> Now you can import your Excel workbook.
> File -> Get New Data -> Import. Type tne name of your worksheet (including
> .xls) and hit Import. Go through the next few screens and you'll be all
> Cheryl Leigh in suburban Philly zone 6b where it feels more like
> mid-September than very late May and the only irises still in bloom are an
> unknown dark purple/black, CALIENTE and a HELEN COLLINGWOOD stalk growing
> under shady trees in bad soil

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