Copy, Paste and Append
Paste Append not working
I've recently been forced to migrate to Access 2007 (much prefer 2003 unlike Excel and Word!)
I've got a problem with locking down a database and creating a custom toolbar to Paste Append records. The aim is that the user should be able to manually select and copy records from one table to another via the clipboard. When I add Paste Append it is disabled. When I use Paste, it creates a brand new table and pastes all the records in there rather than the one selected. (Also the user isn't even allowed to see the new table as I have intentionally hidden all extraneous windows and functionality). So.at present, I've had to leave the users with instructions to use Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V and remove all ribbons and toolbars, which is less than ideal for many users. I want my cut, copy, paste and paste append
Copy Paste function is not working when the application is running behide
I have created an application using visual studio 2008. The application is to copy the data from one excel file and paste to another excel file. The problem happen when I try use the copy paste function at the same time in other excel file.(I have opened others excel file before the application start.) I'm noticed the value that I paste is not same from what I copy in the excel file.(the application is running behind and using copy paste function at the same time.) How to hold the value using vb.net when copy from excel for the application so that othercopy paste function is not affect it? Or do you have any method to solve this issue? Kelen C
In the past, I can copy any existing query and paste as a copy so I can modify based on the old one for a new query. Suddenly I can copy the query but cannot paste into query group as the paste feature becomes grey (not available). What did I do causing paste feature disable?
Failure to make a copy of existing query
In the past, I can copy any existing query and paste as a new copy so I can modify based on the old one for new query. Suddenly I can select copy but the paste becomes grey (not available).What did I do something wrong causing the paste feature disable?
Copy and Paste Select Fields
Trying to Copy selected fields from Current Record in Form [ENTRY]. The Table [INSERTS] has a AutoNumber field which appears to prevent copying and pasting the entire record. The preferred method would be to copy select fields
create a NEW record and paste those values into the new record. The new record would then be visible on the form for additional entry.
I can manually copy and paste the entire row from within the table but cannot get it to work any other way. The Duplicate Record function errors.Append Query errors. Working in Access 2010.
Append Query Access 2007
Converted FE and BE to Access 2007 from 2003.
Append query won't append to BE table as it did in 2003,
error message unable to append all due to key violations.
BUT I can copy and paste the output into the BE table from the FE database.
Copy and Multiple Paste
I would like to be able to copy a single record in a table and then paste this record a pre-defined number of times 10,20,30 depending on requirements. The reason I need to do this is that I want to set up a number of identical records that can easily be amended into unique records.
This will vastly reduce the amount of work and time spent entering records individually.
The only way that I have been able to achieve this is to copy and transfer the master record into Excel, and then copy the row and paste it into a range of cells. Copy the range of cellsback from Excel and then paste this range back into the Access table.
Copy & Paste ACCESS Report Design
I need several Reports which are very similar to each other. I have designed the first Report. Now I want to know how I can copy & paste the first Report so that I can generate several other identical Reports.
Then I plan to perform some minimal chages to the copied Report design. Do I copy/paste the Report itself, or do I copy/paste the Report design?
Copy and Paste macro
I need to create a short cut menu in 2007 that will have the copy and paste command. I went to Access help and it showed how to create a shortcut menu using a macro but when I attempted to create this macro I could not find copy or paste in the ACTION column. I also looked in the RunCommand Action arguments and did not find them. I have hidden all the default menus and ribbons but now I need to create a shortcut menu to copy and paste and attach to a form
Creating an Append Query in Microsoft Access
A Microsoft Access append query adds (appends) records from the database table that you are using to another database table. If you are wanting to append records in a database, the table that you want to append records to must exist. Records can be appended to a table in the current database that you are working in, or into another Microsoft Access database.
Microsoft Access append queries are good for adding data to a different table where the data is based upon a selection criteria. However, append queries are not always the most efficient way of adding records to another database. If you need to add all records and fields from one table to another table, the append query is not the best way to do it. Using Copy and Paste options in this case would be the best solution.
Error 3211 - locked table?
I took a copy of my backend database file so that I could apply my changes that I had been working on. The first copy I had was given to me. I did a copy and a paste into my area.
I enabled the database to make mods. I recreated my macro and module onto the new database. When I attempt to run it I get the message that my table is locked when I attempt to append the first new field.
My table and or database is not open by anyone but me trying to add some columns.
Right Click Context menu: Only Cut, Copy, Paste
I have disabled the menu bars including right click menus for my standard users within my application.
However some of the users want to be able to right click a textbox and cut/copy/paste text that way. Personally I never use those, I always use Ctrl-C and ctrl-V, but I guess its a matter of preference.
Does anyone know or have tried to make a simply right click menu, with only the options to Cut/Copy/Paste?
Using VBA to select/copy xls data into Access
I've been trying numerous methods of getting an Excel worksheet into Access 2003 via VBA to no avail. Transferspreadsheet doesn't work (Excel data problems) but manually copying the sameExcel data then Paste Appending into the Access table works fine.
So, what I'd like to do in VBA is to select and copy all the data in the first worksheet then Paste Append into a named table. I'm ok with establishing a connection to Excel and selecting the necessary xls but am stumped as to how you select and copy data in the first worksheet.
Also, but how do you get the name of the worksheet via VBA?
Copy and paste multiple items by using the Office Clipboard
The Microsoft Office Clipboard allows you to copy multiple text and graphical items from Office documents or other programs and paste them into another Office document. For example, you can copy text from an e-mail message, data from a workbook or datasheet, and a graphic from a presentation and then paste them all into a document. By using the Office Clipboard, you can arrange the copied items the way that you want in the document.
What do you want to do?
* Learn more about how the Office Clipboard works
* Turn on the Office Clipboard
* Control how the Office Clipboard is displayed
* Turn off the Office Clipboard
* Copy multiple items to the Office Clipboard
* Paste items
* Delete items from the Office Clipboard
Single Copy and Multiple paste operation:
I observed that when I copy a value, select a range of columns and try to copy in the entire range of cells, the value is pasted only in the beginning cell and rest all are empty.
But I have a requirement when after selecting the range of cells in the table and press Ctl+V the user should be able to paste the values in all the selected range of cells as in excel.
Is there a setting or something in Access for this functionality?
How to detect when a user tries to copy a row on a datasheet view
I am running Access 2007. I have a simple form in datasheet view. Sometimes the operators try to "copy & paste" an existing row onto a new row. How can I detect the"copy" part of the process and tell the operator he can't do that? Although they can copy & paste data from individual fields, I don't want them to be able to copy an entirerow.
Copy and paste multiple items by using the Office Clipboard
The Microsoft Office Clipboard allows you to copy up to 24 multiple text and graphical items from Office documents or other programs and paste them into another Office document. For example, you can copy text from an e-mail message, data from a workbook or datasheet, and a graphic from a presentation and then paste them all into a document. By using the Office Clipboard, you can arrange the copied items the way that you want in the document.
Copy Paste the entire MS Access Database
What issues does one need to be aware of when copying an entire database (because it has the same necessary objects) as the new database has the same needs but it works against different set of data. Just a simple copy paste work?
Multiple record paste
I'm sure this has been asked a hundred times, but I cannot find a good answer. In a table, I am trying to copy paste from one field, one record (cell), into multiple records of that same field or any field I wish. Basically, I would love to highlight any range, whether it is single or multiple records and rows, and paste over where I choose. So if in records 1, 2, and 3, I highlight and copy the values in field A, how do I paste these values in records 4, 5, and 6 of field A, B, etc. I know I'm thinking in Excel mode, but I generally do not manually input my data in Access, but rather dump reports through Monarch
Compile Error When Cut/Paste
Wonder if anyone can advise how to turn off the dynamic compile editor when doing routine coding. I cut & paste a lot. When I go to copy something in order to paste it into an unfinished VBA statement...