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?
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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.
MS-Access Forms & Report Design Tools are very easy to use and needs only little practice to master them. But creating Controls like the above manualy is very difficult. The above heading with White Border sorrounding the text with Red Color can be created easily with the following Function. Copy and Paste the Code in a Global Module.
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.
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?
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?
I have a document, made in Word, that I paste into the report design view in Access, so that I can drag the appropriate fields into it.
However, Access seems to be shrinking my word document when I paste. When printed, from Access, it is smaller.
If I double click on the document, in design view, I get to the "print Layout" view, which is set to 79%, If I set that to 100%, then the report seems to get bigger, butmargins, ets., are off, no way to fix it.
The sheet setup is for letter size.
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...
Ive been using the outlook.application method to email results from various queries like this:
.Body = "1)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& s1 & Chr(13) _
& "2)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& s2 & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& "3)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& s3 & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& "4)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& s4 & Chr(13) _
& "5)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& s5 & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
& "6)" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) _
It works perfectly but I would rather the results be shown in tables, like when you copy and paste selected cells from a select query into an email.
How do I copy/paste data from my Excel spreadsheet into Access? When I copy a range of cells from Excel then paste it into Access, the pasted data is shifted by 1 column to the left so that my first column (dates) from Excel is not imported and my newly pasted data is under the wrong heading.
Do I need to add an extra first column to my excel spreadsheet as an"ID" column?
Historically I've just been using the import function on Access but it seems to take a long time so I'm just trying this method.