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write data from access query to excel worksheet

write data from access query to excel worksheet

write data from access query to excel worksheet

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I am trying to copy data from a query in my database to an excel sheet can anyone tell me why this is not working:



Set rst2 = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("qryXXXX")

        Do Until rst2.EOF
        Set workSheet = appExcel.Worksheets("DataSheet" & i)
        workSheet.Cells(rst2![CellRow], rst2![CellColumn]).Value = rst2![Value] '******
        rst2.MoveNext
        Loop

the code bombs on the line with the **** after it and it tells me error: "item not found in this collection"


Thanks ahead of time
 

RE: write data from access query to excel worksheet

Do you have a field named "Value" in your recordset? I would change the field name to something like "TheValue" in the query to avoid using a reserved word.  

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

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