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Access VBA export data using ExportAsFixedFormat
In Access VBA does anyone have an example of using a SQL statement to export data as a pdf using ExportAsFixedFormat ?
8/22/2022 - Mon
Do you mean export the query from Access and
save as a pdf?
Hi. If that is the way to do it then yes. If there was a way to export data directly to pdf then that would have been good but if not then via word and save as pdf for example
You could always use a PDF printer and just print the report to it.
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Thanks John. Is there no way to do this in Office?
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You can export a REPORT to PDF.
DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputReport, "YourReportName", acFormatPDF, "PathAndNameOfFile.pdf"
So you could create a report to display your data, then call it using the above syntax.
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