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Installing SaveToDB Add-in

  1. Unzip the downloaded package to a folder on a local hard drive.
  2. Close Microsoft Excel.
  3. Run setup.exe and follow wizard steps.
  4. Open Microsoft Excel. You have to see the Database tab.

SaveToDB 10 doesn't support installing on Windows XP. You can ask for SaveToDB 7.

If you do not see the Database tab

If you do not see the Database tab in Microsoft Excel:

  1. Close Microsoft Excel.
  2. Run Start, All Programs, SaveToDB, Run Diagnostic Tool, and follow instructions.
  3. Open Microsoft Excel.

If the diagnostic tool does not help, try to activate the add-in manually:

  1. Close Microsoft Excel.
  2. Run C:\Program Files (x86)\Gartle\SaveToDB\RegisterSaveToDB_User.cmd.
  3. Open Microsoft Excel.

If there is still no Database tab, please, try to activate the add-in from the disabled items in Excel:

  1. Open Microsoft Excel File, Options.
  2. Open the Add-Ins tab.
  3. Select Disabled Items in the Manage list (in the bottom left corner)
  4. Select the SaveToDB add-in and click Enable.

If there is still no Database tab, please contact us at .

Activating Trial Version

The SaveToDB add-in works as a free version by default.

You can connect to databases and web data sources, configure reports and table views, use all the features except for saving data changes to databases.

To test saving changes, you have to activate the trial version.

You can do this during the installation or later, using Help, Register Product.

First Steps

  1. Open the Database tab.
  2. Open the Wizards menu and open Data Connection Wizard.
    Connect to any table in any database.
    You have to see the enabled Save button.
  3. Change, add or delete a couple of rows.
  4. Click the View Save SQL button in the Save menu.
    You have to see an SQL code generated to save changes using the Save button.
  5. Click the Reload and do not save changes.

Using these simple steps, you can connect to tables, views, and stored procedures and also save your changes from Microsoft Excel to SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and others.

Next Steps

If you use the add-in for yourself

In addition to saving changes, the add-in has a lot of useful data tools.

For example, try tools of the Table Views group. They save a lot of time.

If you are a database or VBA developer

Try Wizards, Online Examples.

The samples show various features to create Microsoft Excel applications.

Later download SaveToDB SDK, which includes the sample source codes.

If you are a project manager

Try Wizards, Online Examples.

You will have ideas on how to solve your development tasks using the SaveToDB add-in.

Then contact us to discuss your project requirements and possible solutions.


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