MS Access Macro for paste whole table from clipboard

Hi, What I'm trying to do is a button for pasting the last copied in the clipboard into a table, manualy it does what I want by selecting the table right click and Paste,
I did this code below will paste into a textBox but my intention is to paste in the table
Private Sub Command100_Click()
On Error Resume Next
Me!Text9.SetFocus
   DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdPaste
   Exit Sub
Roland MallukAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You can't run code that interacts with a table in this manner, so you can't do this from a table's Datasheet view.

You can create a datasheet form, and you can then copy/paste into a specific "cell" on that form using code like that. IMO, however, you're far better off doing this with standard Windows Cut/Copy/Paste methods, rather than a button click.
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Roland MallukAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the prompt reply anyway what I'm trying to do is  to have command button will auto type text into boxes from already specific open webpage based on the word before and the word after
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