Consolidating data in access

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Hi, I have data in Columns A and B spread over 30 worksheets in a single workbook and would like to consolidate these ( append ) into a single worksheet ( the sequence is important ) in the same workbook before exporting / appending to an existing Access table.

Curt shows you how to navigate the complexity of Pivot Tables while taking advantage of their power. in order to prevent someone from entering Regions incorrectly and thereby messing up any views you have set up (Region1 view, Region2 view, All Regions view), you can make a second table that contains only the names of the regions and make it a pick list for the region field in the main data table. VALUES, UPDATE, DELETE, and MERGE SQL statements are supported in Apache Hive 0.14 and later. VALUES statement enables users to write data to Apache Hive from values provided in SQL statements.i am very new to access and am working on a project that is causing me to rip out my hair.here goes..work on telephone directory publications and this is split into 19 different regions hence we should only have 19 tables in our database but as staff send out mail they split these tables into smaller tables to such an extent that no one has a clue as to which is the original.

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