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Exporting Access data to Excel WORKBOOK

I want to take data from Access and place it into Excel workbooks.
The data has a few key columns, such as "REGION" and i want a workbook by region (ex Region 1)  then tabs inside of each workbook for personnel data by CHAPTER.



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Richard DanekeCommented:
Please take a moment to express your version.   Output to Excel features vary by version as we have moved from 2003 to 2007 to 2010 in chaotic fashion.
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Richard DanekeCommented:
In any version VBA, you can use the DoCmd.OutputTo command to create an Excel file.

You can used saved Export to Excel steps in Access 2007 and Access 2010  which can be started with the new Macro capabilities.

Neither of the above options will populate designated worksheets.  So, you would have to use Excel application VBA to effect your request.
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TIgerVAuthor Commented:
Sorry, was trying to close another question and closed this one.  I will check the syntax of output to and build something.  Thank you!
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