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Merge data from Access to Word - Access 2002

Posted on 2004-10-10
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g'day,

last week the following code was working:

DoCmd.TransferText acExportMerge, , "tblAcknowledgment", "c:\temp\Acknowledgment.txt", True

today I am getting run time error 3011:

"Jet engine cannot find object 'Acknowledgment#txt' etc.

I also tried:

DoCmd.TransferText acExportMerge, , "tblAcknowledgment", "c:\temp\Acknowledgment" & ".txt", True

suggestions would be appreciated

Dave
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Bob Lamberson earned 150 total points
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Hi dcobau,
> run time error 3011
Have you checked out
    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=225987  ?

Bob
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thanks Bob, any idea why it does not over write the ini file like it used to do?

thanks again

Dave
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I suspect it is a MS "feature" - thanks for the acknowledgement.
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