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I have an access adp (MS Access 2003) connecting to a SQL 200 server. From the adp a user generates reports and using the built-in access export wizard can export said reports (which are either tables or queries run against a table) as the save as options available in the wizard.

What I really want to achieve is remove certain save as options from the default access export wizard.

After some research I have realized that customizing the wizard isn't possible, however I could create my own export wizard by calling the Windows fie open/save dialog box and setting parameter and all that. I have succeeded in saving the report as an access table, I am at a loss as to how to save the reports as Excel or Text files.

Many thanks for your anticipated help, Help!
Sep 12 '07 #1
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Kevin Wilcox
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I've just posted a related response re' exporting to excel, that might solve your issue
Sep 12 '07 #2

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