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    Unanswered: Report Generation

    hi guys. i am currently working on an human resources information system. i am currently using ms access 2003 and the report form looks like this:

    http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n...16/reports.jpg

    the function of this form, is once a button is clicked, the appropriate report for that button will be generated and will automatically be viewed in ms excel. the problem is that i don't know the VBA code that will perform this function. i read books about access, but unfortunately i can't find the exact answer to my question. so, if anyone could give me some idea on where i can find sample codes for this function, i would very much appreciate it. thanks in advance.
    Last edited by lushh; 09-04-06 at 00:27.

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    look under TransferSpreadsheet
    hope this help

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    hi myle,

    thanks for the reply. i'll try that... =)

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    Or OutputTo. OutputTo overwrites the original file when run again whereas TransferSpreadsheet adds to the original file when run again. There are benefits to each depending on your preferences so have a play.

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    thanks for the reply.. ok i'll try to explore on that.. =)

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    ur codings are working excelent.

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