building TransferSpreadsheet macro in Access 2007

Lucson

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I am trying to build a MS Access 2007 macro that performs the action "TransferSpreadsheet" and exports data from a query to a spreadsheet. The command is hidden i.e. not showing in macro command drop down action list in Access 2007. I have set my Trust Center settings to enable all macros but still, I cannot see the TransferSpreadsheet command. Any idea?
Note: this command was easily found with MS Access 2003.

Thanks in advance
 

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Joe4

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I ran into this problem too.

If you are in Design View of the Macro, go to the Show/Hide Ribbon and click on "Show All Actions".

Not sure why the default is to hide some of them, I find it rather annoying myself.
 

Lucson

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Joe, thanks for your quick reply. Unfortunately my Show/Hide rubbon only shows 4 commands: Totals, Property Sheet, table Name, and Parameters.
Any hint?
 

Joe4

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Yep, sounds like you are in Design View in the Queries section, not the Macro section.
 

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