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Hello all,

This topic is to follow the first post:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_26872084.html

In my MSHFlexgrid1, all row in green are duplicates.

I need to be able to click on a button and it will export to excel only the duplicate ones in green with the grid column names.

His this possible?

How can i do this?

Thanks again for your help
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Question by:Wilder1626
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by:Brook Braswell
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Sure it is possible....
Remember from the Previous...
You have the Duplicates in the Last Column of you FlexGrid - marked with a value of 1...
Just go through your Grid and export the ones where it is marked..
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by:Brook Braswell
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just place a button on your form...and run this...
set the filename as you wish...
Private Sub cmdOUT_Click()
    Dim oXL As Object
    Dim oBK As Object
    Dim oSH As Object
    Set oXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
    Set oBK = oXL.Workbooks.Add
    Set oSH = oBK.Worksheets(1)
    With MSHFlexGrid1
       For r = 0 To .Rows - 1
          .Row = r
          If r = 0 Then
             ' OUTPUT YOUR HEADERS
             For j = 0 To .Cols - 2
                .Col = j
                oSH.Cells(1, j + 1).Value = .Text
             Next
             iROW = iROW + 1
          Else
             .Col = .Cols - 1
             If .Text = 1 Then
                For j = 0 To .Cols - 2
                   .Col = j
                   oSH.Cells(iROW, j + 1).Value = .Text
                Next
                iROW = iROW + 1
             End If
          End If
       Next r
    End With
    oBK.SaveAs ("C:\Documents and Settings\all users\Desktop\Output.xls")
    oXL.Quit

End Sub

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by:Wilder1626
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Hello Brook1966.

OK i have put this code but i have an execution error 1004, error on the application or object:
oSH.Cells(irow, j + 1).Value = .Text

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Full code:
Dim oXL As Object
 Dim r As Long
 Dim j As Long
 Dim irow As Long
    Dim oBK As Object
    Dim oSH As Object
    Set oXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
    Set oBK = oXL.Workbooks.Add
    Set oSH = oBK.Worksheets(1)
    With MSHFlexGrid1
       For r = 1 To .Rows - 1
          .Row = r
          If r = 0 Then
             ' OUTPUT YOUR HEADERS
             For j = 0 To .Cols - 2
                .Col = j
                oSH.Cells(1, j + 1).Value = .Text
             Next
             irow = irow + 1
          Else
             .Col = .Cols - 1
             If .Text = 1 Then
                For j = 0 To .Cols - 2
                   .Col = j
                   oSH.Cells(irow, j + 1).Value = .Text
                Next
                irow = irow + 1
             End If
          End If
       Next r
    End With
    oBK.SaveAs ("C:\Documents and Settings\all users\Desktop\Output.xls")
    oXL.Quit

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Brook Braswell earned 500 total points
ID: 35109728
In this code you have...
Change the code on line 11...
FROM
For r = 1 To .Rows - 1
TO
For r = 0 To .Rows - 1
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by:Wilder1626
ID: 35112901
Perfect

Thanks again for your help
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