Can an Access 2010 report be emailed other than as a text file?

I have been away from working with Access for a long time. I have Access 2010 and have created a report that I need to email to a business. I can only find how to email the report as a text file which is not acceptable for my use. Is there a way of doing this?

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Can an Access 2010 report be emailed other than as a text file?
I have been away from working with Access for a long time. I have Access 2010 and have created a report that I need to email to a business. I can only find how to email the report as a text file which is not acceptable for my use. Is there a way of doing this?


Filter a Report Based on an Attribute a to be Emailed VBA
I'm using Windows 7, Access 2007, Outlook 2010

Background:
I've written the script to generate the email, attach the report (actually in the body of theemail) and send it to the correct people.

Issue:
My issue is that I want to send only the relevant records from the report to each person. I've put the relevant person's email into the report (of a query) to make it easier. I want to email all the records with one email address to that email address and so on.

Example:
This would mean, for example, there are 6 records with [@email] in the email field of the report and 3 records with [@email]. I want the 6 records with [@email] to be emailed to [@email]and the 3 records with [@email] to be emailed to [@email].


Access 2007 email report and Excel sheet
I have a report in Access 2007 that needs to be emailed alongwith a spreadsheet. Is there a simple way to do this in Access 2007 or am I up for creating the report in PDF format using Stephan Lebans code and other code to attach that PDF file as well as the Excel file as attachments?

I know how to do the latter but if theres a better way in Access 2007 I would like to know.


Save a access 2010 db as 2007 db
I have a db in access 2010 (used to be 2007). The invoice report works OK if opened in 2007, but not in 2010.

The 2010 file was password protected and would not let me save as until the password was removed. I have now been able to remove the password, but still can't save it in2007 format.

I just installed Access Professional 2010 and the report works fine. So, no idea why it does not work in access 2010 non professional. Access 2010 is used by the Community Association and I am trying to help them get the Invoice Report to work correctly. In the report the $ amounts are showing as #Type or # error(only in 2010)


Import Text File In Access 2010
Access 2010 include a feature of importing raw text data in to tables, this could be very helpful when you are just writing down numbers, text, etc in text editors because they are easy and simple to use. This post will elaborate how to import and organize Text document in to Access 2010.


Save, rename and email report
I'm in Access 2007 and stuck.

I've been trying to do this with a macro, but I think I'll need some VBA to get all functionality. Unfortunately its been several years since Ive written any code, and the knowledge seems to have left me. Im hoping one of you has done this and will be able to provide the code.

My needed process has several steps.

1 - save PDF to specified file path
2 - save as file name derived from the query that feeds the report
3 email the file to an address specified in the query that feeds the report.
3 name emailed file and populate subject line from fields in the same query.


Report with Parameter Query
I've seen some examples of where people automate parameters in a query IE:

What if I want to automate a report that uses a parameter query? Is there a way to do that? The report doesn't seem to have the parameter properties.

Background: I have one query that opens from a custom ribbon. The users enter the name of the person for which they want the report. Yesterday the boss told me I needed to have an individual report for all vendors that looks the same and can be emailed automatically.

Rather than copy and paste 24 reports and 24 queries. I was hoping that I could just associate thereport with the person it's being emailed to and iterate through the names for the report.


Export Table To Plain Text In Access 2010
RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) are not abound, therefore, when sharing Access 2010 content with someone, you need to confirm if it is installed on the other end. For covering this up, Access 2010 provides an easy way to export database table into plain text file. Thus, you can easily exchange and share a text file which doesn’t require any specific compiler/encoder to open it.


Automate report on ACCESS
I have a report Template in PDF that I use to manually populate information I get from a Data warehouse(See Attached). What I want to do is to create an Automated report in Access that can Help me Import a Text File into Access and then Get an Output Report in PDF format that will Look Exactly like the report attached.

I currently do a lot of manual work in excel populatinginformation in each field.

I have attached the report as well as a dummy text file.


How to export/save a Query or Report as Text File?
With Access 2007 on PC XP Pro.

We need to run a query and then create a custom text file with the results.

We also want Access to add certain text to the text file before each data field or each new line of data.

Our thoughts were to run the query and report.
.and put the custom text into the report as custom field names or whatever.

The question:

1 - Is this the correct approach?
2 - If not how? (example/sample/tutorial if you can
3 - Can you "save" a report as a text file?


Exploding size of PDF file
In A2007 I am making a demo for a customer to show that a report can be emailed as an attachment in PDF. The report is just a functional skeleton containing data from a table and a subreport containing 2 lines from a related table. No graphics added. All this, if exported to an RTF file is about 4 KB.

Export to PDF yields 250 KB !

What can I do to shrink this


report filter not working in Access 2010 SP1
Windows auto installed Office 2010 SP 1 and now my Access 2010 reports no longer work. It is a Access 2003 mdb file running in Access 2010. It was working fine till SP 1 was installed.

DoCmd.OpenReport strReportName, acViewPreview, , strSQL

the report opens fine, but no longer filters like it used to. (In my case I am filtering dates, using the # characters.)


Export report data to excel or csv
I have an app that generates a list of transactions that need to be imported into excel. Currently the data is input into a monster excel spreadsheet and the daily worksheet is emailed to the recipient who cuts and pastes into another spreadsheet!

I'm trying to create an access app that will eliminate the monster excel sheet but need to output my repor to either an excel sheet or a text file, preferably csv.

I could do it in a pdf and have the end user save to a text file but the end user won't install adobe reader.


Can you email an Access Report?
Does anyone know if there is a way to email the output of an Access report? For eaxample, let's say I produce a report of the customers in my db. Can this report be emailed


Importing large txt file into Access 2010
I am attempting to import an extremely large text file (12 million records) into Access 2010 using the Import Text Wizard. The text file is comma delimitated and has 26 column's. The text file is approximately 1.7GB.

The problem is that the Import Text Wizard say "Not Responding", and Access is froze. I thought that maybe with 12 million records it is just taking a long to to import. Is that likely my problem?

I've received no other error messages.

Edit: it has been froze for about an hour and a half


Automate report on ACCESS
I am hoping someone can assist me.

I have a report Template in PDF that I use to manually populate information I get from a Data warehouse(See Attached). What I want to do is to create an Automated report in Access that can Help me Import a Text File into Access and then Get an Output Report in PDF format that will Look Exactly like the report attached. I currently do a lot of manual work in excel populating information in each field.

Can Somebody please assist me if you can. I have attached the report as well as a dummy text file


Unbound text control on report no longer working in Access 2010
I have an Access 2003 database that I am now opening in Access 2010. I use a form to 'build' a report populated by what the user selects on the form. The VBA code behind the form builds a fliter string, opens a report and applys the filter to it. This allstill functions fine, but the report header is an unbound text box which is given a value from within VBA depending on what the user chooses on the form.
The Header still works OK if you run the database in Access 2003 (other PCs in our school are still using it), but when I use Access 2010, the report header is blank, both on screen and when printed!
all strings and variables are correct!

Here is the code that opens the report and applies the filter.


Last Month Report
I have a report that needs to be run off each month and emailed. At present I am using a dialogue box to enter the parameter values in order to generate the report. What I would like to do is have Access just run a report of the previous month.


macro to email snapshot report
I have created a macro to email a snapshot of my report. This report is emailed to a select group a few times a week and pulls records based on the entry dates selected. I need to know if there is a way to automatically rename the snapshot file each time to include the current date.

For example, if I am sending the report today to include the entries from the past 2 days, I want the snapshot to be sent as short stays 10.21.08.snp.


Export Access 2010 Report to Excel 2010
community,

I have an access 2003 application that I am trying to convert to access 2010. The one issue that I am running into is exporting a report that I have to an excel sheet.

Here is the code that I currently have in A2003 (NOTE - outReportData is a string containing the name of my report and xlFileName is a string containing the path to the excel file):

DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport, outReportData, acFormatXLS, xlFileName

This works fine in A2003; however, when running it in A2010 I get the following error:

The format in which you are attempting to output the current object is not available