Split Microsoft Excel data using SQL query

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Hello everyone, Most of the time, I've been using a SQL query in Microsoft Excel to display all of my data. But now, there's too much data (over 200 rows) and I need to split it up. So 100 side-by-side. How should I do this? I tried cut and paste but that didn't work. Thank you.
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  • ToddN2000
    Not sure why cut&paste did not work. Post your SQL statement so we can see what you are doing currently. As for 200 rows being too much. Is that because of form or other limitations?
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