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Access | Importing data exercise | Countries and currencies import
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Create a new Access database called Countries and Currencies (or if you prefer you can import data into an existing database).
Make any necessary changes to the worksheets in this Excel file so that they will both be importable (be careful to check there aren't any gaps ...).
Import the worksheet of Currencies from the above folder into your database:
You should end up with 124 currencies
Link to the worksheet of Countries:
You should end up with 192 countries
Check that navigation pane looks like this:
We have imported one worksheet and linked to the other
Close down your database, saving any changes.