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From:Steve Ruby Date:August 3 1999 4:25pm
Subject:Re: mysql and excel
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You can connect to Excel sheets with ODBC and connect to
Mysql with MyODBC you could then use access or other program
to link them together and transfer data.

Although it would probably be easier to dump the data to a text
file and use LOAD INFILE (see mysql manual)

On Tue, 3 Aug 1999, Stuart D Jackson wrote:

> 	Does anyone know of a script or program that will take an excel
> spreedsheet and turn it into a mysql database?  Thanks a lot.
> -Stuart
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