First Row Contains Column Headings - Disabled
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I have been manually deleting the first row on the CSV since it just contains the CSV title and the second row actually contains column headings
so the checkbox for first row contains column headings is sadly useless to the original file.
any remedy for this? can I delete the first row upon import or something to fix this automatically
Like any other Crosstab query, my CT query generates column headings, row headings and associated data.
I use parameters on a form to generate this CT query. With wide criteria, all column headings get generated. However, with narrow criteria (narrow data range), certain columns/row headings get skipped.
In the final output, I need all rows/columns headings that I get with wide criteria to be present. I use these column headings as fields’ names in a query/macro that help in the generation of my final output (report).
With narrow criteria, I get the error message:
"The Microsoft Jet database engine does not recognize'[tablename.fieldname]' as a valid field name or expression"
My question is how do I force the crosstab query to generate column headings, even if no data is found for them. I would like to assign nulls/zeros to them.
I need to create a dataset from the crosstab that shows total number of years for which each well has data. My attempts at changing the column headings and values around to accomplish this have been futile.
is there a way to remove a Blank Column and Row before importing the data into Access
as it is now my column headings are on the second row and start in the second column
I can't do this with exporting a query, so I tried using a report. If I make text boxes for the desired duplicate column headings, it works just fine. The problem is that on row 2 of the exported data, the actual column headings from the query are also exported. Can this be avoided?
Sample of exported data:
Ded % DedAmt | DedAmt
Ded | DedAmt | DedAmt2
I have tried various things, but really do not know how to make it not wrap. I am fairly sure that it has something to do with the subreport I use for the column headings but . . .
Please help a frustrated hacker who has no more hair to pull out!
The 2nd row in my data is the column headings, the first row in fact is just a fancy company header I do not need.
I have an Excel template that has a series of blank rows
row 2 headings
rows 3 to 30 blank rows
row 34 formulas to sum values in columns =Sum(B4:B33)
Repeated about 5 times further down the worksheet
Access opens the workbook and uses CopyToRecordset to populate Excel from row 4 downwards. Will never be more than 30 rows.
But what I want to do is when the copy has taken place I want to remove blank rows when a row in column B is blank.
What I did was something like
For X = 4 to 250
If Range("B" & X).Value = "" Then
delete the row
End If Next
But could not get it to work
How can I get the report to updateautomatically to only include the column headings available in the crosstab query instead of looking for the original ones that the report was designed on?