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TransferSpreadsheet method omits last row if there are headers

TransferSpreadsheet method omits last row if there are headers

TransferSpreadsheet method omits last row if there are headers

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My spreadsheet is about 250 rows. If I use the TransferSpreadsheet command and the Excel file has headers the data is added but the last row is missing.

I use a work-around by adding the last row twice at the bottom and it works fine but is difficult to get a user to know how to do this.

Is there a better way to use VBA to do this.
Or am I just missing something?

This is the code:

CODE --> True

DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acImport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12Xml, "tblName", sFile, True 

Thanks

RE: TransferSpreadsheet method omits last row if there are headers

Would this help - TransferSpreadsheet - Range until EOF?

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