Exporting and sorting data in Excel from Access
I am exporting data (5 queries) from Access into an existing Excel spreadsheet (5 worksheets) using CopyFromRecordset. This, however, does not preserve the sorting order of the data. Thus,
This code works fine for the first worksheet but fails on the subsequent worksheet with "Method Range of object _Global failed" error.
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I'm having a few problems when exporting a dataset from Access to Excel (both 2003 - not by choice) and I was hoping someone on this forum could help, seeing as I've pretty much hit dead ends everywhere else.
Basically the central them of my question is this: how can I set output formats for the data when exporting from an Access table to Excel 1997-2003? which - no matter what format it's entered in in Access, or which format the field properties are set to - comes out as dd-m-yy.
In this case, I'd like to have the data in short date format, I.e. dd/mm/y.
Currently I'm exporting the table through a macro - built in the noob macro builder inherent in Access, I.e. no digging in the coding behind the scenes (I'm pretty adept at VBA in Excel, but have yet to tackle this in Access.
I'm currently extracting data from Access forms into an excel file. The data contains multiple characteristic fields such as Name, Age, Address, etc. organized in a way that I would like to duplicate in excel. I know how to use the extracting tool which brings up all of the data (not just individual form data) into a giant table in excel. Currently, I am manually splitting up the data and creating separate sheets which then requires formatting to make it presentable in the format I want. I am wondering if I can set up an Access macro or function that will export the data in an object to specific cells on an excel sheet. Also, the forms include a picture of the person and I've been requested to include the picture in excel. Is there anyway to include a picture when exporting data from Access to Excel
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Right now I have my program opening up excel and throwing data in there. However it takes about 30 seconds to populate. How do I make a box show up in front of excel to say like"Exporting Data" and will stop when it is done with the code?
I can make it do it behind excel but can't make it a higher priority than excel if that makes sense.
I'm new to Access but have developed an model which I'd like to export into Excel. The database will house large amounts of payroll data, however, exporting will be narrowed to specific weeks or a range of weeks.
The resulting Excel file will then be imported into SAP as a journal entry.
Because of these requirements, I need help learning how to do more advanced exporting techniques. My boss showed me really quickly one day how I could enter a value on the Excel file which was to contain the export, and Access could read that parameter and return the specific week's data I required.
I am having a problem exporting information from Excel to Access. Many employee ID's begin with leading zero's. When I export new data into Access the leading zero's disappear. I have to manually correct all the data before I can use it. Does anyone out there know how to import this kind of data so I don't lose the leading zero's?
I have a database with roughly 100 tables in it, and I would like to essentially "back-up" all of the data in the tables by exporting them to excel spreadsheets (one spreadsheet per table). I know I could manually export each table one by one, but this is not really what I was goin for. Anyone have any ideas as to how I could go about exporting multiple tables to .xls files
I am exporting from an access 97 table to excel. I can do that without and issue but I was wondering if it was possible to tell all of the column headers to be vertical instead of horizontal in the OutputTo statement?
It rebuilds the excel file every time it makes the table and exports it.
I have made up an excel workbook that exports excel data to an Access database.
This is done over a network and some machines don't have Access installed so question is, can I still export excel data into a Access database file even though Access itself may not be installed on that machine. I am not wanting to open Access itself up.
When exporting a data sheet with 800,000 rows of data, 26 columns, Access will only export 65,000~ rows as if it thinks it has limitations of Access 2003 / Excel 2003.
Any ideas how I can "flip a switch" to get this to export properly