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Default Export all tables in Access to a SpreadSheet

I have created about 7 tables in Access, which all have the same column names. I want to export all of the table's data at the same time into a Excel SpreadSheet using VBA.

Also I want specify where i want the data to go in the SpreadSheet e.g. All data will be exported to cell A4.

Any ideas or help?

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