How to Import and Normalize Excel Data into Microsoft Access
In this video, you will learn how to import Excel data into Access and normalize it. Importing data from Excel is a common task for database developers and administrators, as it allows you to transfer data from spreadsheets to relational tables. Normalizing data is the process of organizing the data into a consistent and logical structure that minimizes redundancy and improves integrity. You will see how to use the Import Wizard in Access to select an Excel file, choose the worksheets and ranges to import, and specify the data types and primary keys for each field. You will also learn how to apply the principles of normalization to split the imported data into multiple related tables that follow the rules of first, second, and third normal forms. By the end of this video, you will be able to import Excel data into Access and normalize it efficiently and effectively. How to Import and Normalize Excel Data into Microsoft Access.
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