Export to Excel 2007
I'm using the code below to export a large data set from Access 2007 to Excel 2007. My code works fine exporting to Excel 2003 but I need it to be in 2007 due to the file's size. Everytime I try to export to an xlsx extension I get an error saying the extension is invalid or the file is corrupt.
Dim oXLApp As Object
DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "dm_DBTR", "C:\Users\aoconnell.RAUC\Documents\dm_DBTR.xls", True
Set oXLApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
oXLApp.workbooks.Open "C:\Users\aoconnell.RAUCH\Documents\dm_DBTR.xls" oXLApp.Visible = True
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Anyone have a fix for this
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