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Format of Query Results

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Is there a way of changing the way query results are displayed?

I currrenly have a query which is triggered by a Command Button diplaying the results in datasheet view, could these results be displayed in a separate userform for example?
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Sure you can.
Just show query result in UserForms, I think you will have no problem with that
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Sorry, missed topic
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Hi how do I do that?

I can see a Macro action called "OutputTo" but thats looks to be external outputs.
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