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    Unanswered: MS Access 2000

    OK, They finally upgraded us to Access 2007

    WHAT HAPPEND to TransferText in the Macro options?

    I had this Access formatter DB all set up very nicely to create Excel files into DB2 OS/390 Load file, AND ftp them up to the mainframe

    Alot of my Macro option are now highlighted with a yesslow riangle with a ! in it...and I don't see all of my old Macro options

    What gives and how do I do what I could do in the past now?
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    TransferTxt

    In macro design, try clicking "Show all Actions" and then go back to "Action" and scroll to the bottom.

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    This might explain:-

    Access Junkie FAQ_02

    <Doug Steele MVP originally posted this as a reply to a similar question...

    Microsoft Access Macros Re: TransferText Not in Access 2007
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    ok...so M$ is try to protect the developers from...themselves?


    I hate the new interface btw
    Brett
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