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paul29berks

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Wondered if someone could help.

I have produced an access report and now analyzing in excel, however the headers have not transferred to Excel instead:

Text145

Can anyone point me in the right direction of how I can format these headers so the true headers transfer to excel.

Thanks

Paul
 

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VicRauch

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Paul,

Excel is using the field names as the heading names. So, the only way that I know to change the heading names is to rename the fields within Access.

HTH,
 

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