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Format Excel spreadsheet cells using vba

Posted on 2014-11-13
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In Access 2010 I am exporting a table to an Excel spreadsheet.
After exporting the spreadsheet, using vba, I would like to format the first row of cells in the spreadsheet to "wrap text".
How would I do that?
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Rows(1).WrapText = True
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Perfect. Thanks
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