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Late Binding & Formatting Excel from VBA

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Using Access 2003.

I've pulled some code off of this site and also gotten some specific advice on doing things like underlining cells, making the contents bold and so forth. (I think the last guy gave up on me.)

I tried using code pulled from Excel macros, but got errors which I was told came from the fact that I was using "Late Binding" and that - as a result - the Excel reference library was not visible to my Access application. That same person suggested a set of numbers to use instead of things like Weight(xlThin) but the numbers didn't work either.

It seems to me that if I can figure out to do "Early Binding" - or whatever it really is - I can manipulate the Excel sheets I am populating using code cut out of Excel Macros and save myself alot of headaches. Can anyone tell me how to do that - or, alternatively, what the proper syntax for handling basic excel formatting commands like underline, bold, column width and so forth?

Thanks.
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