Insert Total Line in Spreadsheet from Access

Hi, I have cobbled together some code which createa a spreadsheet and does some simple formatting. What I'm stuck on is putting the work "Totals" and the bottom of each sheet (the number of rows is variable), and then inserting a sum of each column. This relies on calculating the number of occupied rows and inserting a total at the bottom of each. The code I have so far is:

Sub xPort2XL()

Dim xlObj As Object, xlSht As Object, xlPath
Dim SNum As String

SNum = Forms!frmES_Export!StoreReport
xlPath = Forms!frmES_Export!FolderLocation & SNum & "\" & SNum & ".xls"
If Dir(xlPath) <> "" Then Kill xlPath
'export to excel
DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "qryES_Export", Forms!frmES_Export!FolderLocation & SNum & "\" & SNum & ".xls", True

'open the excel file and format
Set xlObj = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
    xlObj.Workbooks.Open xlPath
   
    With xlObj
        .Range("A1:AZ1").Select
        .Selection.EntireRow.Font.Bold = True
        .ActiveWorkbook.Save
    With xlObj
        .Range("A1:AZ1").Select
        .Selection.EntireColumn.AutoFit
        .ActiveWorkbook.Save
    With xlObj
        .Range("E2:AQ2").Select
        .Selection.EntireColumn.NumberFormat = "#,##0.00"
        .ActiveWorkbook.Save
               
    End With
    End With
    End With

    xlObj.Quit
    Set xlObj = Nothing
           
End Sub
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
You don't actually need to calculate the no of rows for the totals formulas, but you need to find the last row to put them in the right place.

Anyway, try this.

It adds totals for each column, but in only formats from column E (field 5) onwards as "#,##0.00".

If either of those need changed that should be straightforward.

Sub xPort2XL()

Dim xlObj As Object
Dim xlWB As Object
Dim xlSht As Object
Dim xlRng As Object
Dim xlPath As String
Dim SNum As String
Dim LastRow As Long
Dim NoCols As Long
Const xlUp = -4162
Const xlToLeft = -4159

    SNum = Forms!frmES_Export!StoreReport
    xlPath = Forms!frmES_Export!FolderLocation & SNum & "\" & SNum & ".xls"
    If Dir(xlPath) <> "" Then Kill xlPath
    'export to excel

    DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "qryES_Export", xlPath, True

    'open the excel file and format
    Set xlObj = CreateObject("Excel.Application")

    Set xlWB = xlObj.Workbooks.Open(xlPath)

    Set xlSht = xlWB.Worksheets(1)

    With xlSht

        LastRow = .Range("A" & xlSht.Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
        NoCols = .Cells(1, xlSht.Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column

        With .Range("A1").Resize(, NoCols)

            .Font.Bold = True
            .EntireColumn.AutoFit
        End With


        .Cells(2, "E").Resize(LastRow - 1, NoCols - 5).EntireColumn.NumberFormat = "#,##0.00"

        Set xlRng = .Cells(LastRow + 1, 1).Resize(, NoCols)

        xlRng.Formula = "=SUM(R2C:R[-1]C)"


    End With


    xlWB.Close SaveChanges:=True

    ' xlObj.Visible = True

    xlObj.Quit

    Set xlObj = Nothing

End Sub

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jonlakeAuthor Commented:
That works well but places a total at the bottom of every column. I would like the word "Totals" to appear in column A at the bottom, with the totals beginning from column E onwards.

Just one more thing, can that last row be formatted in bold?
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jonlakeAuthor Commented:
I got there! By using your elegant solution I was able to create the remaining title, and formatting. Thank you so much, I've been struggling most of the day to work it out.

Regards, Jon
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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Jon

No problem

I kind of knew there would be other things to do.:)
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