Excel Macro to Copy From Access

seekeagle

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I would like to use an Excel macro to copy source data in Access to a Worksheet. The Access data will have 17 columns and several thousand rows. I need to filter the Access data and copy the results into an Excel spreadsheet. I have been using an Advanced Filter to read the source data from one Excel file to the active Excel file. The only problem is that the source data are now exceeding 65,536 rows and overflowing Excel. That is the only reason I am trying to move to Access.

I have quite a bit of experience with Excel macros, but very little Access experience. If anyone could help get my nose pointed in the right direction, your support will be greatly appreciated.

thanks,
seekeagle
 

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