Set up ODBC connections to your libraries using Client Access then select data 
/ get external data / new query.  Select the library, then open the table you 
want and select the field then apply filters and sorts. Save.

Mitch Damon, CPIM
Planning Systems Manager
Birds Eye Foods, Rochester NY
(585) 383-1070 Ext. 250

-----Original Message-----
From:   buser@xxxxxxxxxxxx [SMTP:buser@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent:   Friday, April 04, 2003 10:23 AM
To:     bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:        Pulling Data from Spreadsheets

   We are looking for a product that will pull data off the AS/400=ut of
   BPCS and populate this data into cells on an Excel Spreadsheet.&nbs=;
   Does anyone know of any third party products that will automatically int   
egrate Excel with BPCS running on an AS/400.  I know we can use Client   Access 
to download and import into Excel, but I am looking for something
   m=re user friendly for end users with little/no AS/400 technical
   Jerry Hunt</D=V>
   Neuville Industries Inc.
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