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From:William D. Webber Date:August 3 1999 4:32pm
Subject:RE: mysql and excel
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You can use Excel's object model to save the spreadsheet as a text file (
tab delimeted), then import the text file into MySQL using "create table (
whatever..)"  .
Will--



-----Original Message-----
From: Stuart D Jackson [mailto:stuart@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 1999 11:00 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: mysql and excel


	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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