There are option settings and formatting in the Excel file that can inhibit the import function from working correctly.
When the import doesn’t work you will not see an error message; you will just notice that the import did not bring the data into the project file.
You can install the My SQL For Excel component while installing My SQL Community Server 6.
Or you may install it as an add-on upon your existing My SQL Server installation.
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Answer: There are several things you should be aware of regarding the import function to avoid having problems.Installation of this component has some prerequisites, though.My SQL for Excel Requirements You must have following installed on your machine for installing My SQL For Excel Installer : My SQL for Excel is loaded and executed by selecting the Data menu tab in Excel, and then choosing the "My SQL for Excel" Database icon.Below are a few tips you should be aware which apply to the MS Project 2010 & 2013 Import Wizard: Set the Legacy settings: File - Ellen Lehnert, PMP, Microsoft Project MVP, MCP, is a independent consultant and trainer on Microsoft Project and Project Server.She has taught Microsoft Project over 400 times and is the author of MS Project 20 published courseware.Common Functions Sum Function Average Function Max Function Min Function Count Function The Counta Function The Countblank Function What Are 'If Functions'?