troubleshooting Question

MS Access output to Excel

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I currently use the following statement to output tables in Access to Excel:

DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "AccessTablexx", outputFileName, True

I now have a new Access table but I only wish to output rows from the new table where a field value is > 0.  So if there are 100 rows in the table and only 6 rows have a value > 0 for a field I wish to output only those 6 rows to Excel.

As an alternative I could use VBA to remove rows in the Excel worksheet where the field value is 0 but I would prefer to filter the output from Access if that was possible.

Many thanks
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