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From:GH Date:March 8 2005 11:44pm
Subject:Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft Office
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I think I got it working I am printing out the records that I need...
a bit of a 2 stepper but nice since I can store the queriy since that
can not be done just yet in MySql



On Tue, 08 Mar 2005 23:47:09 +0100, dixie <dixie@stripped> wrote:
> Il giorno mar, 08-03-2005 alle 13:46 +0100, Martijn Tonies ha scritto:
> > > Alternatively you could use OpenOffice.org (http://www.openoffice.org/)
> > > which has built in MySQL support.
> >
> > Alternatively, you could switch to MS Access, which is very well
> > supported by Microsoft Office.
> >
> > :-)
> mmhhh MySQL Vs. Access MS... just a little be different :-)))
> 
> Regards
> 
> Paolo
> 
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Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeGH8 Mar
RE: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeTom Crimmins8 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeJigal van Hemert8 Mar
    • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeGH8 Mar
      • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeSteve Buehler8 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeMartijn Tonies8 Mar
    • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft Officedixie8 Mar
      • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeGH9 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeJigal van Hemert8 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeMartijn Tonies9 Mar
    • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeCurtis Maurand9 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeJigal van Hemert9 Mar
    • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficePatrick Connolly10 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeJigal van Hemert10 Mar
RE: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeJ.R. Bullington8 Mar
  • Re: Use MySQL with Microsoft OfficeGH8 Mar
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