For example, if your Access table is linked to Excel spreadsheet, you cannot update any data in the spreadsheet from Access.Suppose we have created a table called employee_tbl, now we want to update David’s salary to 11000. Select all records then copy and paste them to excel. When finished (do not change the order of the columns).
You can always update table records manually by viewing the table and then enter the value.
How do I insert records to an access table and at the same time update the junction table?
Or rather: How do I insert records to two access tables and at the same time update the corresponding junction table?
How do you get Access to store the result of a calculation?
For example, if you have fields named Quantity and Unit Price, how do you get Access to write Quantity * Unit Price to another field called Amount? " Calculated columns are part of life on a spreadsheet, but do not belong in a database table.