Output Table To Excel

ecuevas

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I know how to output my tables to excel using a macro but I need some code for a button that will ask me what table I want to output.
 

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Why not make a list of the tables you have into a table called, tblListOfTables

Then make this into a combo box on the form. (cboTable)

In your coding do this

Dim rs as recordset

rs.OpenRecordset (me.cboTable)

let me know if that works
 
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This would probably work but I also want to be able to output forms and reports. I have several forms so it would probably be easier to use a prompt. I just don't know what code to write for it.
 
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