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<<NEED INFO>> Access XP Documenter question???

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Is there any way to export the report that is generated when using the
"Documenter" of Access XP to another file such as Word, PDF, etc.

Thanks for any help,
Chuck
Nov 12 '05 #1
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> Is there any way to export the report that is generated when using the
"Documenter" of Access XP to another file such as Word, PDF, etc.


Yes, you can view it as a report in Print Preview, then Save->Export
it to RTF. You can also "export" it to a table in your database, and
then process that table as you need.

There are also third-party add-ins that help with documentation. Some
cost money, and are highly regarded. Someone else can help you with
that. Some are free, such as:

MDBDoc: http://www.jrbarnett.freeserve.co.uk/ - outputs into HTML
tables, which can easily import into Excel. For an example of what it
does, he used MDBDoc on the MDBDoc file itself, producing:

http://www.jrbarnett.freeserve.co.uk/mdbdoc/mdbdoc.htm
Pete
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