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Exporting and sorting data in Excel from Access

Exporting and sorting data in Excel from Access
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I am exporting data (5 queries) from Access into an existing Excel spreadsheet (5 worksheets) using CopyFromRecordset. This, however, does not preserve the sorting order of the data. Thus,

This code works fine for the first worksheet but fails on the subsequent worksheet with "Method Range of object _Global failed" error.
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I'm having a few problems when exporting a dataset from Access to Excel (both 2003 - not by choice) and I was hoping someone on this forum could help, seeing as I've pretty much hit dead ends everywhere else.

Basically the central them of my question is this: how can I set output formats for the data when exporting from an Access table to Excel 1997-2003? which - no matter what format it's entered in in Access, or which format the field properties are set to - comes out as dd-m-yy.

In this case, I'd like to have the data in short date format, I.e. dd/mm/y.

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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.

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