It is possible to export table data to an Excel file and to import table data from either a secondary database or an Excel sheet.
To export or import multiple tables, respectively to or from a single Excel file, please use the 'Multi Table Selection' functionality.
To import multiple tables from a secondary database, please use the 'Import Project Data' functionality from the main menu File > Import > Project from Secondary....
This functionality is available, only if a secondary database has been defined.
|2.||click the button on the data table toolbar and select 'Import from secondary database'|
|3.||click Yes to confirm and the table's data will be replaced by the data from the corresponding table in the secondary database.|
If the table in the secondary database does not contain data, the table will be cleared!
|2.||click the button on the data table toolbar and select 'Import from file'|
|3.||select an appropriate Excel file|
|4.||select the sheet from the Worksheet box|
|6.||click on the OK button to import and the table's data will be replaced by the data from the selected sheet from the selected Excel file.|
If the worksheet area defined does not contain data, the table will be cleared!
|2.||click the button on the data table toolbar and select the target Excel file|
|3.||the currently visible data will be exported.|
If only a subset of the data is shown (e.g. extremes or a group), only those rows of data are exported. Rows of data that are only scrolled out of view are exported.
It is not possible to append tables to an existing Excel file. If an existing Excel file is selected, it will be overwritten (after confirmation).
ImExport, last changed:14/09/2016
Data table panel