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Hi All,

I have a combo box and a command button

In combo box i have to show values which i get frombelow query

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  1. SELECT Name FROM MSysObjects WHERE Type=5
  2.  
if user select one and the same value is to be assigned to below code(bold)
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  1. DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputQuery, rs!Name, acFormatXLS, "" & fullpath & "\" & rs!Name & ".xls"
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Cheer's
Harsha
May 21 '09 #1
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Expert 100+
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  1. If ComboBoxName.ListIndex >= 0 Then
  2.   DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputQuery, ComboBoxName, ...
  3. End If
May 21 '09 #2

NeoPa
Expert Mod 15k+
P: 31,707
What's the problem?

Is your code not working?

What about it isn't working?

Are there any error details you should have shared with us?
May 24 '09 #3

P: 36
Hi Chipr,

How to get
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  1.   SELECT Name FROM MSysObjects WHERE Type=5 
values into combo box ?

and then if user selects one in that the same value is to assaigned to ABC below

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  1.  
  2. DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputQuery, ABC, acFormatXLS, "" & fullpath & "\" & ABC & ".xls" 
  3.  
Jun 17 '09 #4

Expert 100+
P: 1,287
Can you not select the MSysObjects table in the combo box wizard?

If you reference your combo box in your code, by default it will return the value of the selected item. So,
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  1. Dim ABC As String
  2. ABC = NameOfYourComboBoxHere
If you have multiple columns in your combo box, you can get the value in a specific column with
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  1. ABC = NameOfYourComboBoxHere.Column(1)
The columns index starts with 0, so Column(1) is the second column.
Jun 17 '09 #5

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