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I have a report in access that I want to export to excel when it does the headings come over but not the totals
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If the totals are in another section , they may not.
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See the comments in this thread similar recent thread:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MS_Access/Q_28614861.html

Know that "totals" will be Hardcoded when Exported.
So users must be made aware of that.

Then standard process is to export just the data and recreate the totals in Excel...

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