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Hi,

I am trying to export some data in a spreadsheet:
    DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "fnAuditTrailExport", _
        SheetNameClubDate("AuditTrail")

... this in an Access2002 project. The help says that the source data can be in a query, but when I try (no matter what I try), I get error 7874, "Can't find the object "fnAuditTrailExport".

Anyone any ideas on how to export to a spreadsheet from a view, SP, or UDF?

Ta,

James Hardiman

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