Excel makes it easy to insert data from other applications using Query Tables. You can also access and create Query Table objects through code. This module contains example code to show you how to programmatically work with Query Table objects.
|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modSnippetQueryTable module.|
|QueryTableCreateFromText||Procedure||Create a new query table object using the contents of a text file.|
|QueryTableCreateJetADO||Procedure||Create a new query table object using ADO to get data from a Access/Jet database.|
|QueryTableCreateJetDAO||Procedure||Create a new query table object using DAO to get data from a Access/Jet database.|
|QueryTableCreateSS_ADO||Procedure||Create a new query table object using ADO to get data from a SQL Server database.|
|QueryTablesDelete||Procedure||Show how to delete all query table objects from the current worksheet.|
|QueryTablesEnumerate||Procedure||Enumerate all query tables in the current worksheet.|
|QueryTableSetRefresh||Procedure||Show how to set the Refresh interval for a specified query table object.|
|QueryTablesRefresh||Procedure||Refreshes all query tables in the current worksheet.|
' Snippet code is partial code that demonstrates a particular feature, and does include separate Example code. ' Please see the Snippet notes for information about customizing and implementing Snippet code.
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