Importing updating between access and excel
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By default, Excel automatically generates names for tables (Table1, Table2, and so on) but you can easily rename tables by using the Excel interface.In Windows Vista and Windows 7, features in the Power Pivot window are available on a ribbon, which is discussed in this topic.
If you are using Windows XP and want to see how the menu commands relate to the ribbon commands, see to select an option to resolve the error.Changing the name in the Power Pivot window does not affect the link.If you rename the column headers of the table in Excel, the changes will be updated in the linked table.However, if you rename a column header in Excel that is used in a Power Pivot relationship, you must create the Power Pivot relationship again.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.
I currently link to half a dozen Excel spreadsheets, mainly because it's easier/nicer for the users to edit the data in Excel (they've never used Access), and also any changes are reflected immediately, including if a new column is added which is then ready for use by queries straight away.
But is there a performance penalty for linking instead of importing this data?
is a table that has been created in Excel but is linked to a table in the Power Pivot window.
The advantage of creating and maintaining the data in Excel, rather than importing it, is that you can continue to edit the values in the Excel worksheet, while using the data for analysis in Power Pivot.
The new table that appears in the Power Pivot window always has the same name as the table in Excel.
Therefore, you should give the Excel table a meaningful name before you create the linked table.