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output  to an excel file

Posted on 2011-03-01
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I have this sqldatareader but Id like to ouput t the resultset in an excel spreadsheet or notepad.

Dim dr2 As SqlDataReader
                        dr2 = odata.GetPersonBytmp(SpERSON)
                        dr2.Read()
                        sMsgTo = LCase(dr2("MAILADDRESS"))

Id like sMsgTo outputted to notepad or excel
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Question by:zachvaldez
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Thanks for the link!
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