Property Not Found Error when exporting to Excel from Access 2007


I'm trying to use the wizard in Access 2007 to export a query and create a task in Outlook. The export works fine, but when I try to save the Export and create the task, I get the error Property Not Found. Any suggestions?
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
What is your code?
Twilson46Author Commented:
This is the code for the query. I didn't do code for the export. I used the wizard. How can I see the code that it is trying to write in the wizard?

SELECT [Annual Forecast].[Account Number], [Annual Forecast].Volume, [Annual Forecast].Price, [Volume]*[Price] AS [FY 10-11], [Annual Forecast].[FY 11-12], [Annual Forecast].[FY 12-13], First([Annual Forecast].Description) AS FirstOfDescription, [Acct Number w/ CC].[Revenue/Expense], [Acct Number w/ CC].[Account Description], [Annual Forecast].Manager
FROM [Acct Number w/ CC] INNER JOIN [Annual Forecast] ON [Acct Number w/ CC].[Account Number] = [Annual Forecast].[Account Number]
GROUP BY [Annual Forecast].[Account Number], [Annual Forecast].Volume, [Annual Forecast].Price, [Annual Forecast].[FY 11-12], [Annual Forecast].[FY 12-13], [Acct Number w/ CC].[Revenue/Expense], [Acct Number w/ CC].[Account Description], [Annual Forecast].Manager
ORDER BY ,[Acct Number w/ CC].[Revenue/Expense] DESC,[Annual Forecast].[Account Number];
Twilson46Author Commented:
Also, if iI do not select to export the formatting and layout, the error changes to query support not available.
Twilson46Author Commented:
found the problem. Backend was corrupted. Going to have our IT manager move it off of the shared drive.

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