Macro to copy a record and paste within a table?
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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.
I want to use a button on a form to do this, of course you could go into the table and manualy copy and paste the record, but I don't like my users to go into the table.
the table name is PROJECT and I want to copy one record with all of its contents. The primary key is Auto numbering.
The table containts more than 100 columns
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.
how do I create a macro to copy this table and paste as a local one.
i've managed to work out how to create a macro to copy the table but it just leaves it as a linked table
What do I need to do to be able to copy certain fields in one record via a copy butto and then go to another existing record and by clicking another button, Paste, will fill in the copied fields.
I have different fields like:
Survey Date - Which is a date selector.
Surveyor - Which is a combo box.
KitchenRenewYear - Which is a text box.
If Someone was willing to start me off with how to do this then I can use the code for the remainder of the fileds I want to copy.
I am able to get the macro to navigate to the specified field and copy the contents, then opens the report which runs the query but stops at the parameter value window and does not paste the contents in. If I use ctrl+v, it does paste the information in and I can then press the ok button and have the report pop up. I want it to do this automatically and not require the user to enter the information themselves or have to push ctrl+v and then select the OK button.
Is this possible to do within Access itself or does this need to be performed via VBA?
Have a table, Log Food, and need to populate a field called Food ID from another table, Food, with the same field name. My plan is to have a form Log Date and a subform Log Food with a button to lunches a pop-up form called Select Food. Im unable to figure out how to copy Food ID from the Select Food form and paste it in Food ID in the Log Food form/table. Im also thinking this method could be used to edit or add a record in Log Food. I was hoping it would be something like
[Log Food]![Food ID]=[Food]![Food ID]
Needless to say, it didnt work and Ill be the first to say I dont know what Im doing. I do have the tables and forms.
Is this a macro or VBA problem? Does the code go in Log Food form or the Select Food form? Could someone let me know how this should be done