You can add additional worksheets clicking the plus button in the tab list, or pressing Shift-F11, or using the Data, Insert Worksheet menu button.
DBEdit uses a single connection string per workbook created with a workbook.
So, you get the wizard that allows selecting a new object to get data only:
In the next step, you can choose select and where fields for tables and views, or set parameters values for stored procedures, functions, and SQL-based objects.
Here is a sample of an inserted stored procedure:
You can resize, hide, and freeze columns to get the required table look: