Excel VBA is a powerful tool that allows you to automate tasks and manipulate data in Excel. However, sometimes you may need to work with data and files that are not stored in Excel, such as databases, text files, XML files, etc. How can you access and manipulate these external data and files in Excel VBA?
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One of the best and most frequently used tools to work with external data and files in Excel VBA is ADO (ActiveX Data Objects). ADO is a set of objects and methods that enable you to connect to various data sources, execute queries and commands, and manipulate the results in memory. ADO supports key features for building client/server and web-based applications, such as cursors, transactions, locking, batch updates, etc.
In this article, we will show you how to use ADO in Excel VBA to work with external data and files. We will explain how to install and register the ADO library file on your system, how to use the main ADO objects and methods in Excel VBA, and how to perform common tasks with external data and files using ADO. We will also provide some examples that illustrate how to use ADO in Excel VBA. f05059e8f0