export single access record
Export Single Record
Is there a way to export a single record from an Access 2007 form? It can be exported to Excel or as a PDF or text file. For example if my data source has 100 records I just want to export record 5. If I need to explain this further just let me know.
How do I export multiple queries ?
I have codes for export that looks like this
and This above code export were only able to export one single query/table.
I would like to export more queries to one single excel when I am exporting. What should I add to my codes to make that happen?
Combining multiple records into one record
Is there a way using access to combine multiple records into a single record?
I get a export file, which is a csv delimited file, once a week. The export includes Invoice info and GL entries for that invoice. Each Invoice could have just 1 GL entry to multiple GL entries.
The problem I am having is that the export that I get weekly puts the GL entries for a Invoice on a separate line, where I need each GL entry for a Invoice to be on the same line.
The export file that I receive....
Export multiple queries into a single spreadsheet in different range of cells
I need to export multiple queries into a single spreadsheet in different range of cells. Means one query need to be exported from B2:E2 and second query need to be exported from B10:E10. Inthis way need to export 18 queries' result into one sheet only on different name range.
I am using Access 2007 and need to export data into Excel 2003 format.
Export one Access record to Excel template
I’m looking for some code that would transfer a single record from an Access form to an Excel template, but I’m not having any luck in finding some. I would like to have a command button on my Access form that when clicked would transfer specific values of the current record into specified cells of an Excel template.
GO TO buttons on form
I have two forms based on a single table. One shows a list of records (with a few fields), the other in a single record with several fields. I'd like to create a button on each line of the record list form that will open the individual record on the single record input form.
Also would like to have a button on the single record that would take me back to the list form.)
GO TO buttons on form
I have two forms based on a single table. One shows a list of records (with a few fields), the other in a single record with several fields. I'd like to create a button on each line of the record list form that will open the individual record on the single record input form. Also would like to have a button on the single record that would take me back to the list form
Export a report (Access 2003) to my desktop in rtf format.
I can export a report using the File, Send To, Mail Recipient, (Select Format) rtf, but would like to automate this process in a single button click.
It would always export to my desktop and always in rtf format.
Export 2003 Access Records to 2003 Excel Template
I am trying to export records to an excel template where each record in access is a new template in the worksheet. When I transferSpreadsheet, I get each Access record to equal a row in excel which is not what I need.
I need each access record to populate a new "template" worksheet. If I have 20 records in access, I should end up with 20 worksheets in excel.
Also, I need to populate certain pre-defined fields in the spreadsheet with the access information. For instance, I may need to send field1 in access to C4 in excel; field2 to E5; and so on.
or do I continue to export rows to excel and then run macros in excel to reformat and reposition the data in different worksheets?
Exporting data from single fields
I am desperately trying to export this data, which is located on a form.
It is an area where the user inputs a date. This data is not located in any table/query, only in the form. Is there any way to export single fields like that
Modifying Data for export
I have made two make table queries, one with a A record and one with a B record. I need to export my data to look like:
B Record Information
The B record information is specific to the A record and there are 300+ A records.
Single Record Reports
2. I'm using Access 2007.
3. I'm trying to create a patient database (think medical records)
Can I create a report for a single record (I.e., patient)? I would like to be able to create several single-record reports. For instance, one would be a kind of summary page withdemographics for this one particular patient, etc.
How to Export into Multiple Worksheets in Same Workbook
How can I export 4 to 5 queries into a single Excel workbook but in separate sheets?
Exporting Reports Question
-Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional
Currently our users are exporting reports one-by-one and then combining them after to a single pdf for printing.
Is there a way to export multiple reports to a single pdf file from Access?
Adding a single record
I want to add a single record to a data entry form without another blank record being created
TABLE FOR EVEN A SINGLE RECORD?
I have a need for having a single record for acting as a variable in a query. I need the same to run a query on default values in the same. For instance, store an Interest Rate with other details comprising a space as low as a single record.
Do I necessarily need to create a table for the same and occupy space or there is some other way to save the said space?
Export to Excel
Have an issue exporting to excel. I am using MS Access 2007. The query to be exported contains over 130 columns. If I try to make a table out of it, I get a message saying "record is too large". The query runs fine when opened directly. I can also export the query using the excel export button (important - I have to choose the option "Export Data with Formatting and Layout"). But when I try to use the TransferSpreadsheet macro action or command, it pops up the "Enter Paramter Value" window (same occurs if I use the excel export button and do not select the option "Export Data with Formating and Layout"). I tried to check the apprently wrong expressions but the queries work fine and I guess it is related to the fact that the records are too large. My question is, how can I still use a macro to automate the export? I do not want to do the export manually as I have over 30 queries to export to different excel worksheets. thx
Locking a single record
Is it possible to lock a single record so that it is used as a template?
I have almost 500 records, and I just want to lock the 1st one so that when it pops up, the text isn't editable, but when another record is pulled up, the new record is editable
I am trying to create a single xml file with two tables as the source. One table has a single record, and the other table has lots of records. The table with the single record is to be the header record for the xml file, containing info about the data records in the second table.
For example the header record will contain the number of records in the file, date and timecreated, and a couple of other fields.
I can create xml files separately successfully, but I can't figure out how to combine them into a single xml file. I would be very appreciative.
OutputTo or TransferSpreadsheet?
Been a while since I last posted a question here but now I really need somebody's help. I've got two different queries and I want to export them into a single file. I know I've got two options which are OutputTo and TransferSpreadsheet but here's my dilemma.
1. When I use TransferSpreadsheet, I am able to output the two queries in a single excel file however, the field names are not the aliases that I want to appear (i.e. PTReleaseNumber should appear as Release Number on the Column name).
2. When I use the OutputTo command, I am able to export the way I want to but the thing is, I can't seem to make it work that both queries will be on the file. The last query is the only one I can see on the output (I think it overwrites the other one