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How to export a blank column from an Access db

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I am trying to export a .csv file from an Access database using a simple query.
I have the basic mechanism working, but I need to create the .csv files with 2 blank columns.  It is here that I have drawn a blank.
The Access query defines the format of the .csv file, but I can't set up a blank (or dummy) column in the query.

Has anyone any ideas?

Best regards

Richard Tomalin
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by:rockiroads
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you can try this in your query

"" as  blankcol1, "" as  blankcol2

in amongst your other fields you have selected
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If u use query design to create your query, add two new fields like this

BlankCol1: ""
BlankCol2: ""

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by:rltomalin
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That looks like it.  I knew it would be simple (but so am I sometimes!!)

Best regards
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so was it not quite the solution you wanted?
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