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Importing Csv Files to Access. Sharmeen Amir 11G1. Step 1. Open the Database you want to import the file in. Give your database a suitable name, and click on ‘Create’. Step 2. Select the ‘External Data’, and click on ‘Text File’ in that group. Step 3.

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step 1
Step 1
  • Open the Database you want to import the file in.
  • Give your database a suitable name, and click on ‘Create’.
step 2
Step 2

Select the ‘External Data’, and click on ‘Text File’ in that group.

step 3
Step 3
  • After clicking on the Text file, a window called ‘Get External Data’ will appear.
  • Browse your files there from your folder.
  • Do NOT change any of the 3 options. It’s put on default.
  • Click ok.
step 4
Step 4
  • Next window that appears is called the, ‘Import Text Wizard’.
  • Delimited- Its been set to default so no changes to be made.
  • Click next.
step 5
Step 5
  • In the next screen, you’ll specify the delimited, by clicking the option ‘First Row Contains Field Names’.
  • Click next to continue.
step 6
Step 6
  • Make no changes, and click next to continue to the next screen.
step 7

On this screen, you’ll be asked to assign a primary key. Unless there is nothing unique, you click on ‘Let Access add primary key’, otherwise you click on ‘Choose my own primary key’.

Click next to continue.

Step 7
step 8
Step 8
  • Choose a specific name for your table and click finish.
step 9
Step 9
  • Click close, and the table will appear in the database.
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