I have a list of codes that I need to create a text file for each code in my query. I am able to see what I want in my query and even export it with a single code in the queyr but I am wanting to automate the process to run off a list of all the codes(via table or query) in an automated fashion. I have Access 2003 now but I am getting Access 2010 soon so I dont know if the new version has something that I can use for this.
I need help in figuring out what way would be the best.
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