There's not enough information in your question for me to answer the question completely. However, to get started, I'd strongly suggest you look at Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), which is part of Microsoft Excel. You can access all the data components you need through Oracle's OLEDB drivers so you can do all the data manipulations you could ever want.
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