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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Saving Import Procedures

As you’ve been working through the import examples in this chapter, you’ve no doubt realized that there can be quite a few steps involved in completing an import procedure. For a one-time operation, this might not seem like a time-consuming task. But, what if your import procedure steps are fairly complex and you need to perform the same import task on a regular basis? Access 2010 includes a feature that allows you to save your import procedures and run them again at a later time. If you’re running the same import procedure on a regular basis, you can even set up a reminder task in Outlook 2010 from Access to remind you to perform the task.

To save an import procedure, you first need to create one. For this example, let’s ...

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