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Dynamically Determine the SpreadsheetType value in DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet Method

Posted on 2014-04-23
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I am having to update the value of the SpreadsheetType in DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet based on the user's version of MS Access.  

Is there a vba code to determine the SpreadsheetType value without having to hardcode it as acSpreadsheetTypeExcel3, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, etc ?

Thanks.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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xif access version is less than 12.0 , excel file extension .xls
use 8 for acSpreadsheetTypeExcel

docmd.transferspreadsheet acimport, 8,

you can also leave it blank

docmd.transferspreadsheet acimport, ,



for access version 12 and above, use 10 , excel file extension .xlsx

docmd.transferspreadsheet acimport, 10,
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