Import Objects with VBA
Run saved import spec in VBA
Thought this would be easy, but getting error message
Want to run an import spec that imports and appends data from Excel to my Access table. I ran the import process, saved the import spec, naming it "Import-PGI_Data" then, in my VBA for my button:
I keep getting "argument not optional" error.
Importing an Excel file into Access via VBA
I have found a ton of information on how to import an Access table into Excel, but I have come up short when I have been looking for a way to import an Excel file into Access via VBA.
Currently, I have 3 tables that I update monthly manually by means of the Import Wizard, but I am looking to automate the process as much as possible.
At the least, I would like to hit a button in a form that imports a particular Excel file (the name doesn't change from month to month) and at least brings me into the import wizard.
I am just starting out in VBA,
Import from Excel using Import Spec
Is it possible to import a spreadsheet into Access using an import specification? I've created import specifications to successfully import spreadsheets into Access and I would like to automate those imports using VBA. But, I cannot find the 'DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet' syntax that'll work. I do not want to convert the spreadsheets to .txt or .csv
Change Import/Export directory via VBA
I would like to change the path of a stored import (Excel) via VBA rather than displaying the Manage Data Tasks window to my end-users. I'd like to display a popup allowing them to search for the correct folder, and then I would insert the selected string.
So far I found Application.CurrentProject.ImportExportSpecificati ons.Item but that is read-only and asking for the name of my stored import
Stop users importing objects into another database
I have a split database created entirely in Access. The BE holds all the tables and is password protected, and the FE holds the queries, forms, reports, macros etc. On one of the forms, there is an event procedure on the On Click property of a label which enables/disables the bypass key.
How can I stop a user from simply creating a new database and importing the objects from mine? Although they can't import the tables themselves, they can import the links and see all the data contained in them, and they can import the forms etc.
Stop users importing objects into another database
I have a split database created entirely in Access. The BE holds all the tables and is password protected, and the FE holds the queries, forms, reports, macros etc. On one of the forms,there is an event procedure on the On Click property of a label which enables/disables the bypass key.
How can I stop a user from simply creating a new database and importing the objects from mine? Although they can't import the tables themselves, they can import the links and see all thedata contained in them, and they can import the forms etc.
export secured database
I have a secured database which is giving me some problems at the moment,it might be corrupted or on the verge of corruption.
When I import the objects into a new db the problems get solved except I do not have the ULS of the old database.
Can I import the database objects with current security settings?
Using Left([FieldName],3) to look at the name of a file
Im looking to import a bunch of files to a table all at once using vba.
I want vba to be able to look at the first 3 letters of the file name to identify it. Then take the next 3 and import all the data to a table.
i.e. file name
I want it to look at  which is a code linked to a table
import all the data to a table and add [APT] to the table as an identifyer
Importing Data into Microsoft Access using VBA
You might be wondering why you would want to use VBA code to import data while you have so many other options available when doing it the visual way. Well, there are two main reasons:
Importing data through VBA code enables you to work with a variety of formats that is not available when you do it using the visual interface such as delimited text in a text file or data in a word table.
On a more practical level, if you need to make the same import every time, then simply creating a function to do the job for you will make the process faster and easier as opposed to going through the import wizard every time.
Import in Access (2003)
I want to import a txt.file in Access. If I do it manually, everything is OK. But if I want to do it by VBA : DoCmd.TransferText acImportDelim, "ImportSpecificationBasicFile", "BasicFile", GetImportFile(), True
where BasicFile the name is of the file where to import
GetImportFile() the name is of the file to import
then I receive at some places in the table strange characters :for exemple : Pav d'Ath / Rue Flix Bovie / Rosires
It seems that there is a problem with the special french characters : ,
Could it be a prbl with the codepage? and so how can I resolve it and include in this VBA sentence
Importing objects error
When importing objects from one database (office 2000) to another (Office 2000) in Access 2010, the import wizard keeps running long after the objects have been imported.
vba for export and import
First, to export the data in a query to an excel file, overwriting the existing file
Second, to import an existing excel file and append it to an existing access table.
If I use the ribbon buttons to do this I get sorts of dialog boxes popping up - is it possible to write vba in which I can specify the various options, so it will do it seamlessly? -Either with or without making use of the Saved Import / Export feature?
Import multiple worksheets
I have a service report in Excel format that is divided into 8 separate worksheets, and I would like to be able to import all of them at the same time into a database I'm developing. Until now I have been doing it manually in the File -> Get External Data -> Import, but this is a very laborious process that has an added risk of operator error. I've seen that it's possible to run a macro that would import worksheets, but in writing the macro Access needs to know the filename ahead of time.
With my service report, all of the worksheets are named to correspond to the tables I want to import into, but the filename will not be consistent. Therefore I believe I'll have to do this in VBA. Although I have VBA experience in Excel, I don't know how to do it in Access. Would someone be able to point me in the right direction
VBA to import selected columns to Access
I receive an Excel file every day with 3 sheets (Removed, StartDt, Scheduling) which I need to import into 3 Access2007 tables with the same names. I want to use a command button to import the data and append the Excel records to the tables.
I do not want to import all of the columns in all of the sheets.
I want to add the filename to each imported record in all 3 tables.
I want to be able to manipulate some of the data as it's imported. For example, if the value in column C of the "Removed" sheet is an "A", I want to import the value "Alpha", if "B" I want to import the value "Beta", etc.
I don't want to have to link the individual sheets each day and use a query. I want to be able to do this with VBA code.
Does anyone have example code that they can share
Requesting values from webpages through VBA
Im trying to request the values of some objects in a couple of webpages, from MS Access through VBA, but I can't find a way to request the value of objects on webpages. Can this be done?
I'm using HyperlinkAddress to call the page, no problems there. But I cant get a hold of the values in the page through VBA.
I've been thinking that I might need to use DDE or something, but I don't think that works with simple html pages and it must be possible to do it through some kind of request in VBA
TransferText VBA Import Issue
I'm trying to a VBA docmd.TransferText statement (properly formatted) to import and append "csv" data to an existing table, e.g.
The VBA code creates a new table with an identical name, while a manual import properly appends the existing table.
Can VBA be used to append an existing table with a TransferText statement
Import Word document using VBA
How is it possible to import a Word document, one line at a time using VBA? I am only interested in the raw text, so converting the file first may be an option. I will need to scan the line / variable for certain key words.
import text into table access
I need to know how to write VBA code to select
the hard disk of the computer file "TXT" and import it into a table
Access 2003 using VBA, without using bees commnon dialog and education TransfertText
Import multiple txt files and filename?
I have a question regarding import of multiple Text files.
These files all have different names but will always be found in the same location.
C:\Documents and Settings\computer\Desktop\F FILES
I have little VBA knowledge and am wondering if I can import these files into an existing Access table tbl_Table via a macro?
A number of problems:
1. It does not import directly into the existing table, instead it creates a new table tbl_Table , I'd like to import directly into the existing table without using append or similar.
2. I cannot get it to import ALL files in the folder.
3. I'd like to import the first 7 characters of the filename into a field (KEY).
import/export of forms with VBA code password
I'm trying to import a form from an older version of a database in an effort to keep from building it from scratch again. When I try to import from the new or export from the old I get an error message that says "Microsoft helps protect this Visual Basic for Applications Project with a password.
You must supply the password in the Visual Basic Editor before you can performthis operation"
I have the VBA editor open, with the correct password!