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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. The Access data is output in the selected format and can be read by any application that uses the same format. For example, you can output an Access report with its formatting to a rich-text format document and then open the document in Microsoft Word. The following code example outputs the Employees table in rich-text format. Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation?

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I'm looking for a very simple solution here. I simply want a vba script that I can run over and over again to save the same Access report that changes as the weeks go by into the same file over and over again. I need it to be the same name each time and don't want to be prompted that the filename is already there. In my research, it feels like the following should work but it does not. Can anyone provide a simple script that performs this task? OutputTo should be considered part of the same logical instruction:.

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How to Export Your Access Report to a PDF File via VBA

This Access tutorial explains how to use DoCmd. OutputTo Method and DoCmd. TransferSpreadSheet Method to export different objects to specific file types, for example, export Query to xlsx. Access VBA auto generate mass report by group to Excel. TransferSpreadSheet Method. Access Export all Queries to Excel. You may also use DoCmd.

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TransferSpreadsheet :. To export an Access object to a new Excel file , use the DoCmd. OutputTo method or the DoCmd. TransferSpreadsheet method :. These one line commands work great to export to a new Excel file. However, they will not be able to export into an existing workbook. In the section below we introduce functions that allow you to append your export to an existing Excel file.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. I'm looking for a very simple solution here. I simply want a vba script that I can run over and over again to save the same Access report that changes as the weeks go by into the same file over and over again. I need it to be the same name each time and don't want to be prompted that the filename is already there. In my research, it feels like the following should work but it does not.

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