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I need help creating a macro for Access 2000. I need to export to a text file from a query.
I created the macro using "Output To" and I need to use comma delimited file with the column headers. There are no prompts. Can anyone help?
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From the Menu, Pick Insert Macro

For action Choose Transfer Text, Export Delimited
Table name = Query name
file= c:\myquery.txt
has field names = yes.

name the macro, then run it.



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