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I'm using Access 2000.

I've done some searching around and found similar posts online but I'm having a tough time getting my head round this one.

I have a query called "QryMonthlySales" with about 10 fields and 400 rows of data. I want to export the query to excel, saving the excel file to a folder location chosen by the user via a form.

Before exporting the query to excel, I want to give the user the option to specify the time period. I have a form which allows the user to select a start and end date. Before exporting the query, I will need to select the data via a where clause, something like Period >= txtStartDate and Period <= txtEndDate.

Also, when exporting the data, the column headings are given as the actual field names not as the caption. This looks quite ugly and will be annoying for the user to have to rename
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