The My SQL for Excel's Edit Data feature is designed to use Microsoft Excel as a front-end for users to simplify making changes to My SQL Tables data.
In a previous post: How to create a dynamic pivot table and refresh automatically in excel I demonstrated how to refresh a pivot table when a sheet is activated.
This post describes how to refresh a pivot table when data is edited/added or removed from a sheet.
I have a excel workbook with 3 sheets, sheet1 contains all the data which is split into remanning 2 sheets.
sheet1 data is updated on daily bases therefore i need to split sheet1 and update the reming two sheets, so at the moment i copy a each row from sheet1 and replace corresponding row in sheet2 or sheet3 with new data , each sheet contains the same columns: customer_id, customer_name, customer_surname, customer_deposit, total_deposits.
So, do not include any fields which contain data which is to be updated, for example.
The Wizard will automatically select columns that are the same in both tables.
In many cases, however, the column names may not match in both tables so you will need to select the matching column using the dropdown list in the checkbox so that leading or trailing spaces in your data won't mess up the merge. Now you will determine what exactly you want to happen with your data.
There are a number of scenarios and these include updating data that has changed, adding columns from the second table that do not exist in the first table, and adding data from the second table which does not exist in the first table or which is different to the corresponding data in the first table.
Luckily the Merge Tables Wizard can perform the task very quickly and accurately.
You can download the Merge Tables Wizard from https://
If there is not a match, you need to add the new data to the first data set.