Because these steps use a predefined machine data source to import data, this is the quickest procedure to follow. These steps are for an Access database. If you import data from a different database application, these steps may vary slightly.
If you are importing from a dBase file, you will not be able to choose the file here. Click OK, and then choose the dBase file from the Available tables drop-down list. If OK is not available, choose the folder in the Folders list, then click OK. The dBase file name must be 8 characters or fewer, not including the file extension.
If you are using the same database many times, you can create a file data source that contains a shortcut to the database so that you don't have to browse to the database every time. These steps are for an Access database. If you import data from a different database application, these steps may vary slightly.
If the driver that you need is not in the list, you must install the driver before you can complete these steps.