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I am using MS Excel to handle my transactions but with my present rate of
data, I will reach the limit in terms of number of rows of one spreadsheet,
ie. 65,000+, in no time.

Is it possible that I use MS Access as my database but processing will be
done in Excel? I am not familiar with MS Access that is why I use Excel but
did not foresee the rate of population.

Or is there a way where I can stretch the limit of Excel.
Thanks



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Rook wrote:
I am using MS Excel to handle my transactions but with my present
rate of data, I will reach the limit in terms of number of rows of
one spreadsheet, ie. 65,000+, in no time.

Is it possible that I use MS Access as my database but processing
will be done in Excel? I am not familiar with MS Access that is why I
use Excel but did not foresee the rate of population.

Or is there a way where I can stretch the limit of Excel.
Thanks



Hi Rook,

See this link:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;120596



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Hope I helped you.

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Ciao

Franz Verga from Italy


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Franz,

Thanks for the help.

Rook

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Rook wrote:
I am using MS Excel to handle my transactions but with my present
rate of data, I will reach the limit in terms of number of rows of
one spreadsheet, ie. 65,000+, in no time.

Is it possible that I use MS Access as my database but processing
will be done in Excel? I am not familiar with MS Access that is why I
use Excel but did not foresee the rate of population.

Or is there a way where I can stretch the limit of Excel.
Thanks



Hi Rook,

See this link:

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;120596



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Hope I helped you.

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Ciao

Franz Verga from Italy



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