Is there a VBA code to let export a query from MS ACCESS file, export it as a TABLE to another MS ACCESS file ?

Is there a VBA code to let export a query from MS ACCESS file, export it as a TABLE to another MS ACCESS file ?
iymanbAsked:
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Well the code should look like this
Docmd.RunSQL("SELECT * INTO [TheNameOfTheTable] FROM [TheSourceQuery]")

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This will create a temp table in your Database
The you run this command
DoCmd.TransferDatabase acExport, "Microsoft Access", "The Full Path To The Destincation Database", acTable, "TheNameOfTheTable", "TheNameForTheDestinationTable"

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iymanbAuthor Commented:
OK ,
This is fine, creating a TEMP table, then exporting is fine.

To create a temp table, isn't there a VBA code to replicate an existing query directy into a table, as the SQL statement is lengthy; and is difficult to put inside VBA code
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iymanbAuthor Commented:
The lines of VBA code you provided were really helpful , Thank you
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