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I have an Access 2007 (.ADP file) report.  After running the report I see the option to export to Excel, but it's grayed out (other options such as Export to Text File, Export to RTF, and Export to XML are available).

Any suggestions for how I can enable the Export to Excel option?
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When Office 2007 was first released, the option to Export To Excel was always greyed out (Could not be done)

But with the release of SP2 for office 2007 the ability to do this has been ressurected.

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