Access Macro

AndrewKent

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Hi there,

I've never actually written a macro for Access before so here goes!

All I want to do is write a procedure that (once attached to a button that I'll place in the toolbar within my database)

Will export a query (with formatting) to Excel. Saving in the same location with the same file type/name every time.

Can anyone give me a starter for ten?

Andy
 

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Joe4

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Choose the TransferSpreadsheet command from Macros. The built-in help there should explain what each argument is. It is pretty straighforward, and you do not need to know anything about coding or VBA.
 
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