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BOOK: Beginning Access VBA
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Beginning Access 2002 VBA by Robert Smith, Dave Sussman, Ian Blackburn, John Colby, Mark Horner, Martin Reid, Paul Turley, Helmut Watson; ISBN: 9780764544026
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Hello,

I am making a series of queries that I will be running for different quarters of information. The queries are making tables that are exported to a different database each quarter. Is there a way by using VBA that I can name these tables and also specify what database I want these tables to go to without having to change the information for each query in the Make table window everytime.

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Hi,

I'm still looking for an answer if anyone has one. I am having to go into every query I run on a quarterly basis and update the "another datatbase" field in the Make Table window in Access to make sure the tables get sent to a new database for that quarter. It would save me time and user error to be able to program this with VBA.

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