Dear MS Access Expert. Is the below command specific to ACCDB or does it also work if run it in in Access To. Microsoft Access allows us to export access object like table, query,etc to other formats like Excel, PDF, RTF, etc. Using “To” To. I am creating a PDF from access using To acOutputReport, stDocName, acFormatPDF, strPath,,,, acExportQualityPrint I am using.
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I hope this works once I create a runtime version of my the database although I am guessing that it won’t. PDF output command has a problem, though; it can’t provide filtering by itself.
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There’s no filter clause, not a where statement you docmd.outpytto play with. After browsing tons of webpages, my best VBA approach is as follows: Date, “yyyy” ‘State the filename. However, HelpFile for that function says you’ll need to state acoutputgeport object type and leave the ObjectName field blank if you want to print the active object that’s why I’ve got to open the form on preview mode and then close it.
If you try acViewNormal it’ll throw an error. It might not be the sharpest encoding on Earth, but it works My issue seems somewhat different.
When the review is complete, my customer asked that I docmd.otuputto a “report” of just the last review in a format that can be shared with vocmd.outputto person who wrote the document. I programmed when the review is complete, the record is saved.
There are rules that need to be checked and preserved, hence the saving of the record. I’ve created acoutpuyreport duplicate of the review form with the criteria of on open to pull the last record. My problem occurs when I print to the PDF. It prints ALL records in the associated table, not just the “current” or last. How would you control the quality and size of the priint, do you have to reset printer settings or change default print setting?
Since the report I am trying to create as a pdf requires it to be landscape and on legal paper.
RunCommand does not seem to be able to access this particular functionality. Could anybody point me in the direction of a solution? Thursday, March 22, Tuesday, March 27, Proposed as answer by Gio Grasshopper Sunday, December 27, Monday, February 23, Mariucci, That worked well for me.
DoCmd.OutputTo method (Access)
Thanks for your post. Thursday, July 16, 5: Tuesday, August 11, This works great and handles the filtering! Sunday, December docmd.out;utto, The solution posted by Mariucci is key. If you can master this stuff here, you have some true RAD development tools that give impressive results.
Wednesday, January 27, 4: Tuesday, February 9, Docd.outputto like a charm. Thursday, February 18, 8: I had the same problem as you. So i decided to do a little internet sniffing. I use 1 form for reports combined with a table.
The form has a listbox with names from reports list of telephones, list of members, Sunday, February 21, docmd.lutputto Hope my question is clear.
Tuesday, September 18, 7: Thanks for the solution. Friday, September 21, 2: Proposed as answer by AccessGuru Wednesday, July 9, 9: Tuesday, July 8, 4: Help us improve MSDN.