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Old April 18th, 2010, 03:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.forms
aligahk06
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Dear All,
i have a form that contains 347 records.I want a macro that copy all the
field from each record and generate a table in access and save all the fields
in a row.
i.e Record 1 all fields should be saved in Table first row then record 2 in
second row an so on till All records saved.
Moreover Is there any alternative option that either all records fields
exported to excel file.

Please help



Rgds,
Aligahk06

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Old April 18th, 2010, 06:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.forms
PieterLinden via AccessMonster.com
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Default Exporting all forms record either in a table or Excel 2007.( Any m

aligahk06 wrote:
Dear All,
i have a form that contains 347 records.I want a macro that copy all the
field from each record and generate a table in access and save all the fields
in a row.
i.e Record 1 all fields should be saved in Table first row then record 2 in
second row an so on till All records saved.
Moreover Is there any alternative option that either all records fields
exported to excel file.

Please help

Rgds,
Aligahk06


Do what? Records are not saved in forms, they're saved in tables. You can
export everything to Excel using TransferSpreadsheet.

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