The Total formula on the Input sheet would automatically recalculate, to show the revised amount.
When you're finished changing the record, click the Update button, and the revised data will appear in that record on the database sheet.
The good news is just about every website that offers any kind of export, supports Excel, CSV, or XML formats – all of which Excel handles nicely.
And by using the functionality available in Excel, you can shorten the chain of objects required to cleans and move data from website to your own server to just one object – no temporary files, no server side programs, no triggers, scheduled events, system administrator involvement – just one Excel spreadsheet.
Excel-DB's main feature is establishing a connection to the database and interact with its data.
After a database connection is established you can exchange information between Excel and the database - both imports and exports are supported.
As you know, the world is moving to software as a service, cloud computing, and disparate data systems.
To do a data import use the multiple rows insert dialog.
There are only a few prerequisites: Now just press the OK button and all the data will be sent to the database. Progress information will be shown in Excel's statusbar as % completed.
Then in XL go into the VBEditor and create a module. Execute(SQL) 'now the insert statement should have been executed in the Sybase db Set My RS = Nothing Set My Conn = Nothing End Sub and as an after thought....
Then in the Tools - References section install the Active X Data Object Library (latest version - eg 2.5) Now some code like this...(note this is done off the cuff and will thus need to be amended for your own requirements) Sub RUNSQL() Dim My Conn As ADODB. the below is code I run that loops rows of data creating & executing an Insert statement for each row of data...