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Is there a way to automatically export a report with Html type. i have stored a RunSavedImportExport that when i run it it asks me for Html Output Options.

in vb i have created the command Docmd.RunSavedImportExport "Export-Report1" but it asks me for HTML Output Options. Is there a way to bypass that? or is there any other way of exporting my report to a html format?
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The options exist in the OutputTo command to specify all that.
The code below sends rptMyReport in html to c:\temp\test.html

Private Sub ExportMyReportToHTML()
Dim stdocname As String
Dim FormatValue As String

FormatValue = acFormatHTML
stdocname = "rptMyReport"

DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport, stdocname, FormatValue, "c:\temp\test.html", True
End Sub

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thanks!
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