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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Don't Want The HTML Code... Just The Data!

    How do I import data into Access, from a Sharepoint site, and not have the HTML code come with it?

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    Haven't touched Sharepoint yet...
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  3. #3
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    Sorry... how does this help me?

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    If you're in Sharepoint 2007 then this can be done natively through the Actions "Open in Access" menu on a list.

    WARNING This opens the table(s) as linked table(s) meaning that any changes you make through Access interface are applied to the Sharepoint list.

    Sharepoint runs on a SQL Server database so you should have no problem importing it through Access' native methods.
    George
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    Thanks... but I think I'm running WSS 3.0?

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