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dmhzxView Member Profile Mar 11 2014, 11:18 AM Post#3Posts: 7,024Joined: 22-December 10From: EnglandBasically you can't.Xcel 2003, is as niesz said in the region of 65353 rows. Meyers-Jouan Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Sit it over the data output. Reply Andrew says October 15, 2016 at 12:59 am So simple, but had no idea it was possible.
Mar 22 '07 #20 reply Expert 100+ P: 1,356 Denburt Awesome glad you found it. Here's solution for your issue http://nandeshwar.info/2009/03/02/access-export-to-excel-2007/ and also http://support.microsoft.com/kb/924681 it looks like that only if you export table/query using right click > Export and have the checkbox cleared, then Access will more stack exchange communities company blog Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and share|improve this answer answered Jul 9 '10 at 5:18 Escualo 20.2k1265106 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Check these links....... http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/Rows-Output-Excel-t2015871.html
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Do you know how I can resolve the error ? ------------------------------------------------- Set com = New ADODB.Command With com .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc .CommandText = Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Perth, Western Australia Reply to group, rather than allenbrowne at mvps dot org. <> wrote in message news:... > I've joined the legions who've encountered this problem with the > OutputTo
Site Message (Message will auto close in 2 seconds)Welcome to UtterAccess! Roy-Vidar Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Mohammad Siddiqali replied Mar 6, 2011 Hi Irfan you can solve this by writing a macro instead of writing code.With macro option "open Query" THANKS, MDSIDDIQALI. Now I get an error that says type mismatch.
Start a new thread here 4078036 Related Discussions Can't export records over 65000 to excel file Access 2007 Which is better DoCmd.OutputTo or DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet? Mar 22 '07 #13 reply Expert 100+ P: 1,356 Denburt I couldn't say... thanks for all your assistance. More About Us...
This is how I did it. The time now is 23:32. ET 0 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:zimmer9 ID: 145757182005-08-01 I'm working on it now. GroundrushView Member Profile Mar 12 2014, 09:11 AM Post#7Posts: 425Joined: 23-December 06Changing from!--c1-->CODEDoCmd.OutputTo acOutputQuery, strQryName, acFormatXLS, strFileDir, FalseToCODEDoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel97, strQryName, strFileDir, FalseSeems to have done the trickI have no idea
- What is the exact wording of your error and what is the code you are using?
- Are you sure you are exporting directly from your table in question and not a query?
- Maybe you could try it on a different table or different database....
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Irfan Rana replied Mar 6, 2011 Dear Siddiq, Well that's not my problem. I've found this on the web in a few places with the only solution being to use TransferSpreadsheet. I get an error 2306 too many rows when I try to export more than about 16000. Verify that there are no duplicates in fields designated as such and the fields designated as required actually has data.
DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheetacExport,,"WeatherData",strFolderName&"MyFile1",True Else 'Nofolderchosen,orusercanceled EndIf EndSub This should do what you need. Guest I've joined the legions who've encountered this problem with the OutputTo method in Access: Run-time error 2306 There are too many rows to output, based on the limitation specified by Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular ERP: The Layman's Guide Related Strategy Guide to Converged Infrastructure in Government IDC Business Protection Whitepaper IDC Analyst Connection: Server Refresh Cycles: The Costs of I cut some of the formatting out to make my post a bit small, but you should get the idea.
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Could you improve your query so that outputting that many records isn't necessary? ET 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Microsoft Access 9 Message Expert Comment by:ajkamp ID: 145747422005-08-01 Excel is limited to ~65k rows, so you shouldn't be having any issues there kobd replied Mar 6, 2011 Hi, If exporting via Transferspreadsheet, the trick is, to use acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12 (value 9) or acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12Xml (value 10) as acSpreadsheettype, then it should work with 1 million Do you know how I can create a query to generate the following values comprised of detail values followed by sub-total values: I guess it would be a UNION query.
Where did all my SQL go? PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Access > Microsoft Access > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links No, create an account now. Irfan Rana replied Mar 6, 2011 Thanks Klaus, I was using DoCmd.OutputTo command.
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Wouldn't the user have to type in the full path for this (like, know that they want C:\folder1\folder2\doc.xls)? Thanks, but it still size output to many rows based on limit set by command do you know how to control this limit? Reply Barbara says October 16, 2016 at 9:38 am Glad you like the tip Andrew Reply Trackbacks VBA to Export Access Select Queries to Excel Files says: August 14, 2015 at Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
I used it for 14K records. 0 LVL 9 Overall: Level 9 Microsoft Access 9 Message Expert Comment by:ajkamp ID: 145791652005-08-02 Does the file you exported via macro have all I have to be able to allow the user to determine where to put the file.... Run Time Error 3021 , No current Record VBA Problem with Query Syntax Access 2007 Do Queries reserve dynamic space? Hope this helps GusK 0 LVL 39 Overall: Level 39 Microsoft Access 39 Message Expert Comment by:thenelson ID: 145787642005-08-02 Have you considered "runcommand acCmdOutputToExcel" Outputs selected object in RTF format?
Mar 22 '07 #17 reply 100+ P: 294 ChaseCox UPDATE: I just exported the table in question using saveAs/export command, and I got the same result. Rockn, May 17, 2005 #5 Anne Troy Anne Joined: Feb 14, 1999 Messages: 11,744 Stolen information: The following code will export a table or query to an excel sheet called "export.xls" Triple6 replied Mar 7, 2017 at 10:11 PM Loading... This is how I did it.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Strategic implications in this puzzle by S. The ever useful Help says I can also use the name of a query with TransferSpreadsheet but there are no queries because I am using an adp.
I just created a new folder and exported 65,536 records to excel from a database table that has 880,720 records in it. The problem is that the old windows clipboard limits you to only 65,000 lines of data.So, by leaving this options ticked, you are enabling this restriction. What risks would I be taking?