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Using EXCEL as datasource for Crystal Reports

Using EXCEL as datasource for Crystal Reports

Using EXCEL as datasource for Crystal Reports

(OP)
I'm using Crystal Reports 8.5 and export a report into EXCEL format  (both Excel97, and Excel2000)  but when I attempt to use that Excel file as input to a new report I get "No items found" after clicking on the filename  and then have to close Crystal Reports before I can use Excel as a source again.  

Any hints, ideas, suggestions?

RE: Using EXCEL as datasource for Crystal Reports

(OP)
James, thanks for the URL.  Unfortunately I'm not able to access it. "Cannot find server or DNS Error
Internet Explorer " , so either I need to be a partner, or have some additional access. or the server is down this morning. If you have the paper could you forward it to. BBanfill@iso9.com

Thanks again for taking the time to answer.

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