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Test If WEB URL Exists
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Remove String Non-Printables
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Edit Numerics In UserForm
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Binary Search Of Array
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Read A Text File w/Handle
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Generate Multiple Worksheets
Read Access Data Into Excel
Send Outlook Email w/Attach
Copy AutoFilters To Sheets
Export A Text File
Get Windows User Name
VBA Format Statement
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Loop Through Files with DIR
Active-X Checkboxes
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Paste Pictures Into Excel
Copy Pictures Sheet To Sheet
Copy Pictures Sheet To Sheet
Create Forms Buttons With VBA
Extract Filename From Path
Convert R1C1 Format to A1
Special Cells Property

Links To Access Code Examples

Create Recordset With AddNew
Multi-Select List Boxes
Update Field(s) In A Recordset
Import A Tab Delimited File
Export Excel FileDialog
Create Excel Within Access
Open Excel Within Access
Open Excel OBJ From Access
Import Tab Delim w/WinAPI
Initialize Global Variables
Using TempVars For Globals
Access Error Handling
Loop Through Form Controls
Insert A Calendar Control
Create A Filtered Recordset
Populate Combo Boxes
Bookmarks And Forms
Combo Box Multiple Sources
Passing Form Objects
Create VBA SQL Statements
Create Dynamic Queries
Display File Images On A Form
Manipulate Files via VBA
Manipulate Files via Scripting
Number Subform Records
Reference Subform Objects
Parse Delimited Fields
Parameterized Queries (VBA)
Manipulating QueryDefs In VBA
FindFirst On Combined Keys
Using The Dlookup Command
Execute SQL Delete Records
Commit Form To Table
Report With No Data
Reference Form Objects
DSNLess Connections To MySQL
Print Active Form Record
Count Records in Linked Tables
Delete Empty Tables
Open Linked SQL Tables

 

Create an Excel File From Within Access, Modify and Save It

It can be useful to create an Excel workbook from within Microsoft Access, modify and format the contents of the Excel workbook, and save it to the directory of your choice.

The code below illustrates how to accomplish that task. Keep in mind that the user must include the Microsoft Excel Object Library in the Tools, Reference section of the Visual Basic Editor within Microsoft Access.

Program Code

Option Compare Database
Option Explicit
Public Sub CreateExcelFileFromAccess()
' ***************************************************************************
' From within Access, Create An Excel Workbook, Update the Workbook
' Contents, and then Save the Workbook
' ***************************************************************************

' ***************************************************************************
' In the VBE (Visual Basic Editor of Access), in Tools, References
' Include the Microsoft Excel Object Library
' ***************************************************************************
    Dim XL As Excel.Application
    Dim WB As Excel.Workbook
    Dim WKS As Excel.Worksheet

' ***************************************************************************
' Create an Excel Instance With No Workbooks Yet
' ***************************************************************************
    Set XL = New Excel.Application
  
' ***************************************************************************
' Optional:  Make it Visible
' ***************************************************************************
    XL.Visible = True

' ***************************************************************************
' Add a Workbook and Worksheets To The Excel Instance
' ***************************************************************************
    Set WB = XL.Workbooks.Add
    
' ***************************************************************************
' Rename the first Worksheet
' ***************************************************************************
    WB.Sheets(1).Name = "SalesData"

' ***************************************************************************
' Initialize the Worksheet Variable
' ***************************************************************************
    Set WKS = WB.Sheets("SalesData")
'   WB.Activate
' ***************************************************************************
' Add data to the worksheet - Note that the Range Statement Requires
' the WKS Reference both in Front of the Range and in front of the Cells
' statements.
' ***************************************************************************
    WKS.Range(WKS.Cells(1, 1), WKS.Cells(2, 20)).Value = "Hello"
    
' ***************************************************************************
' Save the Workbook
' ***************************************************************************
    WB.SaveAs FileName:="C:\Temp\Hello Rich2.xlsm", _
        FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbookMacroEnabled, CreateBackup:=False
        
' ***************************************************************************
' Close the Workbook
' ***************************************************************************
    WB.Close SaveChanges:=False
    XL.Quit
    Set WKS = Nothing
    Set WB = Nothing
    Set XL = Nothing
End Sub