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VB 2012:  "Overload resolution failed because no accessible 'OutputTo' is most specific for these arguments

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Hello,

I have some code that I am moving to Visual Basic 2012.  The code works, except for the following error:

 "Overload resolution failed because no accessible 'OutputTo' is most specific for these arguments

The line that generates the error is as follows:

appAccess.DoCmd.OutputTo(Access.AcOutputObjectType.acOutputReport, "XYZ", "Snapshot Format", gstrSnapshotDir & "\" & gstrDateStamp & " XYZ.snp")
 
Any ideas?

Thanks In Advance,

- Michael
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You are most likely passing an incorrect number of parameters to the method. Make sure you haven't mistakenly left out a parameter or added in an extra parameter.
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That was it.  Thanks!
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