export single access record
is it possible to export through vba a single record and add it to the next blank line in excel
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Is there a way to export a single record from an Access 2007 form? It can be exported to Excel or as a PDF or text file. For example if my data source has 100 records I just want to export record 5. If I need to explain this further just let me know.
I have codes for export that looks like this
and This above code export were only able to export one single query/table.
I would like to export more queries to one single excel when I am exporting. What should I add to my codes to make that happen?
Is there a way using access to combine multiple records into a single record?
I get a export file, which is a csv delimited file, once a week. The export includes Invoice info and GL entries for that invoice. Each Invoice could have just 1 GL entry to multiple GL entries.
The problem I am having is that the export that I get weekly puts the GL entries for a Invoice on a separate line, where I need each GL entry for a Invoice to be on the same line.
The export file that I receive....
I need to export multiple queries into a single spreadsheet in different range of cells. Means one query need to be exported from B2:E2 and second query need to be exported from B10:E10. Inthis way need to export 18 queries' result into one sheet only on different name range.
I am using Access 2007 and need to export data into Excel 2003 format.
I’m looking for some code that would transfer a single record from an Access form to an Excel template, but I’m not having any luck in finding some. I would like to have a command button on my Access form that when clicked would transfer specific values of the current record into specified cells of an Excel template.
I am trying to export records to an excel template where each record in access is a new template in the worksheet. When I transferSpreadsheet, I get each Access record to equal a row in excel which is not what I need.
I need each access record to populate a new "template" worksheet. If I have 20 records in access, I should end up with 20 worksheets in excel.
Also, I need to populate certain pre-defined fields in the spreadsheet with the access information. For instance, I may need to send field1 in access to C4 in excel; field2 to E5; and so on.
or do I continue to export rows to excel and then run macros in excel to reformat and reposition the data in different worksheets?
I have made two make table queries, one with a A record and one with a B record. I need to export my data to look like:
B Record Information
The B record information is specific to the A record and there are 300+ A records.
I have two forms based on a single table. One shows a list of records (with a few fields), the other in a single record with several fields. I'd like to create a button on each line of the record list form that will open the individual record on the single record input form. Also would like to have a button on the single record that would take me back to the list form
I can export a report using the File, Send To, Mail Recipient, (Select Format) rtf, but would like to automate this process in a single button click.
It would always export to my desktop and always in rtf format.
It's easy to print a single label for one or more records, but when you need to print multiple labels for a single record, you'll need VBA. I'm using Access 2016 on a Windows 10 64-bit system but the objects and code will run in earlier versions through 2003. For your convenience, you can download the example .accdb or .mdb file.