VB6 - Send specific Microsoft access table into XLS file format by email

Hi,

I have the below code that send to email the full Microsoft Access dbase by email. The thing is that i would like to only send specific tables inside the access dbase, and in XLS format.

How can i do this?

If i want to send by email 2 table out of 10, and in xls format, can i send all 5 in one single Excel file with 5 sheets based on the 5 tables or it can only be be separated by 5 different Excel file, one per table name?

Thanks again for your help

Thanks again

This is what i use now:
        Dim patha As String
        Dim result As Integer
        Dim displaymessage As Boolean
        Dim objOutlook As Outlook.Application
        Dim objOutlookMsg As Outlook.MailItem
        Dim objOutlookRecip As Outlook.Recipient
        Dim objOutlookAttach As Outlook.Attachment
        patha = dta_base_link_audit_tms.Text
        displaymessage = True
        ' Create the Outlook session.
        Set objOutlook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")

        ' Create the message.
        Set objOutlookMsg = objOutlook.CreateItem(olMailItem)

        With objOutlookMsg
            ' Add the To recipient(s) to the message.
            Set objOutlookRecip = .Recipients.Add("email address")
            objOutlookRecip.Type = olTo

            ' Add the CC recipient(s) to the message.
            'Set objOutlookRecip = .Recipients.Add("")
            ' objOutlookRecip.Type = olCC

            ' Add the BCC recipient(s) to the message.
            '  Set objOutlookRecip = .Recipients.Add("")
            ' objOutlookRecip.Type = olBCC

            ' Set the Subject, Body, and Importance of the message.
            .Subject = "dbase backup on " & Format(Now, "mmm dd yyyy hh:mm")
            .Body = "This is the audit dbase backup updated on " & Format(Now, "mmm dd yyyy hh:mm") & vbCrLf & vbCrLf
            .Importance = olImportanceHigh  'High importance

            ' Add attachments to the message.
            'If Not IsMissing(AttachmentPath) Then
            Set objOutlookAttach = .Attachments.Add(patha)
            'End If

            ' Resolve each Recipient's name.
            For Each objOutlookRecip In .Recipients
                objOutlookRecip.Resolve
            Next

            ' Should we display the message before sending?
            If displaymessage Then
                .Display
            Else
                .Save
                .Send
            End If
        End With
        Set objOutlook = Nothing

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NorieVBA ExpertCommented:
Which tables do you want to send?

Do you want them all to be sent as attachments to the same message?
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Wilder1626Author Commented:
out of 10 tables, only 5 of them needs to be sent in an email.

Table names are:
1-Employes,
2-Items
3-Sales
4-Prices
5-Vendors

If they could be sent in the same email, that would be great. If it can only be 1 file per email, it can also be good, but the email subject will have to have the table name inside.
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aikimarkCommented:
It's going to look something like this
vTabNames = Array("Employes", "Items", "Sales", "Prices", "Vendors")
set oXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
oXL.Workbooks.Add
set oWkb = ActiveWorkbook

For Each vItem In vTabNames
	Set rs = dbEngine(0)(0).OpenRecordset(vItem, dbopendynaset)
	set oWks = oWkb.Worksheets.add
	oWks.name = vItem
	oWks.range("A1").CopyFromRecordset rs
Next
oWkb.close true
set oWkb = nothing
oXL.quit
set oXL = Nothing

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shorvathCommented:
Wilder1626

Insert this code into Line 33 of your code.  It will open the Access DB , copy the Tables to an Excel sheet, and then close the DB.  you can then send the strXL_Export_File   (Tested code and it works...)


            'Tools --> References --> Microsoft Access ##.0 Object Library
            Dim strDB_Path
            Dim strXL_Export_Path
            Dim strXL_Export_File
            Dim objAccess As Access.Application
            
            strDB_Path = "C:\Temp\Test.mdb"
            strXL_Export_Path = "C:\Temp\"
            strXL_Export_File = strXL_Export_Path & "Export_" & Format(Date, "yyyyMMdd") & ".xls"
            
            Set objAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application")
            objAccess.OpenCurrentDatabase strDB_Path, True
            DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "Table1", strXL_Export_File, True
            DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "Table2", strXL_Export_File, True
            objAccess.CloseCurrentDatabase
            Set objAccess = Nothing
            DoEvents

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shorvathCommented:
One more thing,  This code will create one Workbook with each sheet set to the table name so you only have to send one email with one XL file.
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Wilder1626Author Commented:
This is very good. thanks again for all the help. Now able to send an xls in attachment with only for tables i need.
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