10 Things You Need to Know about Relationships in Access 2013
How to Run the Query Wizard in Access 2013
How to Create a Navigation Form in Access 2013

How to Import Data Sources in Access 2013

Step 1 of 6
Previous
Next Slideshow
Next Slideshow

Open the Access database that will hold the imported data and click the External Data tab on the Ribbon.

The Import & Link group of buttons appears on the Ribbon.

Each button is connected to a wizard that walks you through the process: Common file formats such as Excel or Text (labeled as Text File) have their own specific buttons; you can find the less common file formats using the More button.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share

Recommends

Promoted Stories From Around The Web

COMMENTS »
blog comments powered by Disqus
How to Set Table Relationships in Access 2013
How to Start the Report Wizard in Access 2013
How to Create a Form that Appears When Access 2013 Opens
How to Keep Blank Pages Out of Your Access 2013 Report
How to Convert an Older-Version Access Database to Access 2013