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Export table to Excel

I have a table in MS ACCESS with about 500,000 rows
I cannot copy from access to excel because of clipboard limit
Is this a way to do that programmatically without using clipboard?
Thank you for your help
May someone already did that using VB or VBA?
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Roman F

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But if you already have an access database, dropping the whole lot in excel might not be the most efficient thing to do depending on what you're trying to achieve.

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or using access 2010 ribbon

* select the table from the navigation pane
* from the ribbon
External Data
 > Export group
    > Excel
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nutsch:
i know how to do that, like i said there is a limit to 64000 rows, i have 500 000 rows
nutsch:
I need to get the file in excel format

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rfedorov,

excel 2010
Worksheet size       1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns
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To capricorn1:
it only transfer 64000 rows
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<it only transfer 64000 rows>

what did you use to transfer the records to excel ?
Roman F

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i go Excel, then Data, then Get external data from Access, then select Source , locate my database, then select table from the list , then another Import Data form and click ok
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)

try this from ACCESS

* select the table from the navigation pane
* from the ribbon
External Data
 > Export group
    > Excel
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nutsch

is the excel file you're trying to import into a xls file (65klines) or xlsx/m (1Mlines)?

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nutsch:  xlsx/m
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