When I pull a report using Oracle Developer it pulls some 160K rows of data... my only option (I think) when I hit the export key is for it to go into Excel. Excel cannot handle 160K rows of data - so it breaks it into multiple pages... sometimes 3 pages or maybe as many as 6, depending on how many rows are returned in my query. Then, to get it to Microsoft Access (which will handle 160K rows of data) I have to save each Excel sheet as a new file and pull them up individually into Access... does anyone know A) how to export from Oracle Developer directly into Access OR B) can someone write me a macro or something to save the individual Excel pages and automatically pull them up in an Access file?
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