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Re: Excel bamboozelry
Posted by: Javier Treviño
Date: December 07, 2012 04:03PM

Hi Matthew,
I think the best/easiest way to do this is not with Excel but with some SQL statements, you could use MySQL Workbench to connect to your DB and run a simple query to achieve what you need. Without knowing the tables/columns/primary keys involved I can't write a sample query here, but should be relatively easy to do.

Best Regards.

Javier Treviño
MySQL on Windows Team

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