To in xlsx (Excel +) Format. August 7, DoCmd. OutputTo acOutputQuery, “YourQueryName”, acFormatXLS,, True published app – run this report choosing the export to xls option that the first time. Hello there. Access stdocname = “” DoCmd. OutputTo acReport, “CustomerWorkOrderRpt”, acFormatXLS. I am just trying to save a report to PDF in the specified file. Eventually I am To acFormatPDF, stDocName, TheFile, False, “”.
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Output to PDF Try unscramble your code like: After opening the report in preview view, it will stay open, albeit invisible, until you explicitly close it. I stcocname what you did and it makes sense to me now. I have the following code: Search this forum only? You can unsubscribe any time.
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However it seems like the code should work. If you omit this argument, Access prompts you for the output format. Students Click Here Join Us! Taking all this into account, our procedure to export a filtered report to PDF could look like this:. I made a typo. End Select Case 1 and Case acrelort work properly, that is the report is constrained to the Round and WtClass chosen acteport ListRound and ListWeightClasses Case 3 is intended to send the same information to a pdf file, but I don’t know where to put in the stCrit.
It appears that it is saving as the message that flashes very quickly says: The only workaround that I can think of is to change the query used as the record source so it is constrained to the ListRound and ListWeightClass values, but I would like to know if there is vba code that will solve this problem.
Thanks dhookum – I tried what you suggested but I am still getting the same “Type Mismatch” message. PrintOut, Me.
I used strDocName instead of stDocName, change that and it should work. Does your code compile? 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. Which line causes the error? Dec 6 Stdocnsme -Method does not support to supply any criteria to the report the filter the data.
Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. In this case the report might display the wrong data set. He is also a: In terms of exporting Query to XLSX, Transferspreadsheet is quicker and the file size is smaller because it does not contain any Query formatting, and error handling is different as well.
There are no open issues. However, with each of the above approaches there comes at least one downside.
How to Output a dynamically filtered Access report to PDF
And I do not know which line causes the error as it only shows the type mismatch aceeport box and does not revert to the code window and the code line causing the error. Read about this change in our blog post. The obvious workarounds that come to mind are usually one of the following: Do any of these export type commands let me export to an excel template file?