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I have a SQL query in cell D12, Sheet1 in Excel 2007.

I'd like to refresh that query via a button... I don't want the query in B4 to execute.

These don't work:

mySheet.Range("D12").QueryTable.Refresh
mySheet.Range("D12").QueryTable().Refresh
mySheet.Range("D12").QueryTable(0).Refresh

Any ideas?
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Question by:classnet
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mySheet.QueryTables(1).CommandText = mysheet.range("D12")
mySheet.QueryTables(1).refresh BackgroundQuery:=True

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This yields a:

Application-defined or object-defined error

on this row

wksCaC.QueryTables(0).CommandText = wksCaC.Range("D12")
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by:classnet
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Typo... thanks
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