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Default ACCESS 2000 VBA CODE TO "SAVE AS" EXCEL

Hello,
I have a query output in Access that I would like the user to "save as" EXCEL document. At the moment, I can produce the EXCEL output using

DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel7, "QRYSIMPLE", "QUERY_RESULT", True

I want the user to receive a prompt with "Save result as : "
after they press the button to query.

Thanks
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