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How to create an Excel Spread sheet from Access

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I wrote a small Access application that accepts a City Name and a Street
Name and runs a Query based on them .

I want to create an Excel Spread sheet that contains all the matches found
by the Query. .

Does anyone know how to do this .

On a quick and dirty basis I was able to "cut and paste" the query results
into an Excel Spread sheet. but thats a little too crude.

Thanks
A Relative newbie



May 16 '06 #1
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RICHARD BROMBERG wrote:
I wrote a small Access application that accepts a City Name and a Street
Name and runs a Query based on them .

I want to create an Excel Spread sheet that contains all the matches found
by the Query. .

Does anyone know how to do this .

On a quick and dirty basis I was able to "cut and paste" the query results
into an Excel Spread sheet. but thats a little too crude.

Thanks
A Relative newbie


From the menu, select File/SaveAs, select the type as Excel, enter a
filename.

Checkout TransferSpreadsheet in help if you want to do it via code.
May 16 '06 #2

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On Tue, 16 May 2006 15:40:41 GMT, RICHARD BROMBERG wrote:
I wrote a small Access application that accepts a City Name and a Street
Name and runs a Query based on them .

I want to create an Excel Spread sheet that contains all the matches found
by the Query. .

Does anyone know how to do this .

On a quick and dirty basis I was able to "cut and paste" the query results
into an Excel Spread sheet. but thats a little too crude.

Thanks
A Relative newbie


Highlight the Query name on the main database folder.
Click on the Office Links drop-down tool button (it's icon is a W).
Select Analyze with Excel
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