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About copy data from data sheet into excel


#1

why i canot copy data from toad for oracle data sheet ?
I type ctrl+a ,then ctrl +v to copy data into an excel .
But too many same rows pasted not that copied before.
The version is 10.1.1.8,anyone has the same issue?


#2

Morning,

why i canot copy data from toad for oracle data sheet ?
I type ctrl+a ,then ctrl +v to copy data into an excel .
But too many same rows pasted not that copied before.
The version is 10.1.1.8,anyone has the same issue?

Have you tried opening the Excel sheet you want the results to appear in
and then:

  • run the query to populate the results grid;
  • right click the results grid and select “export dataset”;
  • set the export type to “excel instance”;
  • enter a name for the sheet that will be created;
  • ok.

The results grid will be saved as a new sheet on the already open Excel
spreadsheet. If Excel is closed, set the export type to be ‘Excel File’
and give it a name before clicking OK.

HTH

Cheers,
Norm. [TeamT]

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#3

I see, In toad for oracle version 9.x ,it’s easy to copy data from data sheet into an excel, but in 10.x why can’t do such?


#4

Morning,

I see, In toad for oracle version 9.x ,it’s easy to copy
data from data sheet into an excel, but in 10.x why can’t do such?
To be honest, Excel is such a PITA when it comes to Copy & Paste (in or
out) and from/to different applications, that I almost never use it.

I only ever put data (from Toad) into Excel using the export dataset
option. In Toad 9, that was named “save grid”.

If you are having trouble using a normal Copy & Paste, then it could be
that Toad 10 is Unicode enabled while Excel might not be?

Cheers,
Norm. [TeamT]

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#5

Thanks a lot !