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Hi,

I have a form where im trying to run a make table query.

Two questions

(1) to run the query, is this code correct?

DoCmd.OpenQuery "GL Balances", acViewNormal

(2) to transfer that out of the MDB to excel, is this code correct?

DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel8, "Balances", "G:\Asset Services MI\UnMatched Merit\Balances.xls", True, "GL Balances"


Thanks
Seamus
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Are you having a problem with the code?
If so, what is going wrong?
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I just tested it again and its fine. Thanks

Seamus
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