Exporting from Access to Excel formatting

I am exporting a table from Access to Excel and when I do that the cell format is "General" so it can go out to 8 decimal places.  I need to format some of the columns so the cells are in the Number format to 2 decimal places.  Here is my code so far:  

Dim vTdate
    Dim vFileName As String
    Dim vCurrDate As String
    vCurrDate = Month(Date) & "_" & Day(Date) & "_" & Year(Date)
    vFileName = "MER Report" & " " & vCurrDate
    DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12Xml, "tblSummaryTotals", "c:\Temp\" & vFileName & ".xlsx", True
    Dim filePath As String
    filePath = "c:\Temp\" & vFileName & ".xlsx"
    Dim xl As Excel.Application
    Dim xlBook As Excel.Workbook
    Dim xlSheet As Excel.Worksheet
    Set xl = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
    Set xlBook = GetObject(filePath)
    xl.Visible = True
    xlBook.Windows(1).Visible = True
    Set xlSheet = xlBook.Worksheets(1)
    With xlSheet.Range("A1:AI1").Borders(xlEdgeBottom)
        .LineStyle = xlContinuous
        .Weight = xlThick
    End With
    With xlSheet.Range("A1:AI100")
        .HorizontalAlignment = xlLeft
        .Font.Size = 10
        .Font.Name = "Arial"
    End With
    xlSheet.Range("A1:AI1").Font.Bold = True
    xlSheet.Range("A1:AI1").Font.Size = 11
    Set xl = Nothing
    Set xlBook = Nothing
    Set xlSheet = Nothing

Scott PalmerReprting AnalystAsked:
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
I believe what you are looking for is something like:

xlSheet.Range("A2:A200").NumberFormat = "#,##0.00"

if you don't know the maximum row number, you can use something like:

lngLastRow = xlSheet.Range("A2").End(-4121).row

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Create a query that formats your data as needed, and then export that query instead of the table.
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Which fields/columns do you need to format?

By the way, you shouldn't use both CreateObject and GetObject.

If the workbook you've exported to is open use GetObject, if it isn't use CreateObject followed by Workbooks.Open to open it.
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Scott PalmerReprting AnalystAuthor Commented:
Thanks Dale.

Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:

If that worked for you, don't forget to close your question by selecting the response or responses that helped you solve your problem
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
agree with Norie,

You should probably replace:

Set xlBook = GetObject(filePath)


Set xlBook = xl.workbooks.open(filepath)
Scott PalmerReprting AnalystAuthor Commented:
Sorry, that I had done that.
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