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Using an Access, MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite database from VBA

, 10 Jun 2013 CPOL
[toc] Introduction Note to pedantic guys: yes Access is not a database engine, only the graphical front-end to Jet/ACE, but we’ll stand with this simplification. The sample application (Excel + VBA) and the SQL source code are available in this … Continue reading →

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