Dear MS Access Expert. Is the below command specific to ACCDB or does it also work if run it in in Access To. Microsoft Access allows us to export access object like table, query,etc to other formats like Excel, PDF, RTF, etc. Using “To” To. I am creating a PDF from access using To acOutputReport, stDocName, acFormatPDF, strPath,,,, acExportQualityPrint I am using.
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Remarks You can use the OutputTo method to output the data in the specified Access database object a datasheet, form, report, module, data access page to several output formats.
If that really is your code, I don’t think Filename gets a valid value. Taking all this into account, our procedure to export a filtered report to PDF could look like this:. Use False 0 if you don’t want to start the application. I programmed when the review is complete, the record is saved. My problem occurs when I print to the PDF.
Wednesday, January 27, 4: My issue seems somewhat different. Dirk Goldgar Replied on March 3, Datum If that really is your code, I don’t think Filename gets a valid value.
What i get is a error – action OutputTo cancelled. While all these approaches work, I would rather not recommend to use any of them. Sign in to vote. When i change it to “D: A string expression that’s the full name, including the path, of the file you want to output the object to.
Monday, February 23, I hope this works once I create a runtime version of my the database although I am guessing that it won’t. Is there somekind of bug in access for saving a report to a specific place with a specific name on a harddrive?
Mariucci, That worked well for me. If that doesn’t work, try changing the folder path to your Documents folder to which we know you have full docmdoutputto.
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Proposed as answer by Gio Grasshopper Sunday, December 27, But in most cases, I wouldn’t expect there to be any such problem except on certain folders controlled by the operating system. Did this solve your problem? This argument is ignored for Microsoft Internet Information Server. Remove From My Forums. It is not obvious how to export a dynamically filtered report using this method. Help us improve MSDN. In this case the report might display the wrong data set.
The content you requested has been removed. Hope my question is clear. How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to kuil88’s post on March 3, By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. The obvious workarounds that come to mind are usually one of the following: What im trying to do is save a report to my harddrive.
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. However, HelpFile for that function says you’ll need to state the object type and leave the ObjectName field blank if you want to print the active object that’s why I’ve got to open the form on preview mode and then close it.
I suspect it’s not valid. Build the SQL for the report at runtime and assign it to the report. How satisfied are you with this reply?
If you try acViewNormal it’ll throw an error. If you leave this argument blank, Access outputs the data by using the Windows default encoding for text files and the default system encoding for HTML files.
This line looks wrong: Tuesday, February 9, OurputTo line, and check the value of filepath at that point. An elegant, yet very easy to implement, solution and it requires only 2 additional lines of code.
The default value is acExportQualityPrint. I have the same question 0.
I can’t understand why Access wouldn’t be willing to acoutputrepirt to that folder. Dirk Goldgar Replied on March 8, OutputTo -Method will just export the report as it is!
access 2010, DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport Problem
Other than the DoCmd. I made a Folder “Test” on c: It prints ALL records in the associated table, not just the “current” or last. Thanks for your post. OpenReport -Method, the DoCmd. This site in other languages x.