It’s normal to have data in an Excel workbook that needs to be converted into a SQL database. The easiest way by far is to use an online Excel to SQL converter like SQLizer. But if you’ve got some time to kill there are other methods. This post looks at three different ways of converting Excel to SQL.

How to: convert Excel to SQL using SQLizer.

Step 1: Drag and drop your Excel file into SQLizer

Drag and drop an Excel file to convert to SQL

Step 2: Select your options

Choose your database conversion options

Step 3: Hit convert

You’re done - your SQL file will be ready in a few seconds. It’s that easy.

Automation is a good thing

Generally, things are automated for a good reason – normally because they’re time-consuming and waste precious human resources in the form of limited time. Manually converting Excel to SQL comes under this category.

We built The SQLizer API because we were fed up of manually converting files or writing scripts each time. Luckily for you, we’ve automated the process so you don’t ever need to feel our pain.

Start living a painless SQL life and convert your Excel file now.

SQLizer is free for less than 5,000 rows of data for personal use, and we have great value paid plans for commercial use.