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Default Re: Browsing to Data Source


I have a form with a Button that uses OpenFileDialog() to browse to an excel spreadsheet on a C: drive.

I need the excel Spreadsheet to then export its data to a SQL Server 2000 database.

Am aware of SQLBrowseConnect but not really sure how to use it.

Does anyone have any idea of the most efficent way to do this.

Thanks alot - your help is appreciated.


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