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  I've got a question on the portion of chapter 5 that deals with exporting HTML with code. I'm not understanding how to run the code (or similar code) in order to get Figure 5-6. Is that code best run as a macro or how would you recommend. I admit my VB is poor at best, but that code is almost exactly what I need to do.

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Hi Arholly,

Thanks for your question and for your interest in the book! I apologize for the delayed response.

To call this function, you would call the routine named "CreatePageFromTemplate" that appears before Figure 5-6. The arguments to this routine are:

templateId - This is the ID of a template that is saved in the HtmlTemplates table created at the beginning of the section titled "Creating HTML Files"

fileName - Name of a file to write the results to

You can call this from the Immediate Window, an Access form, or another routine in a standalone module.

For example:
CreatePageFromTemplate 1, "<OutputFile.htm>"

Hope this helps,

Rob Cooper
Lead Software Design Engineer in Test
Microsoft Access Team

co-author: Access 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference
co-author: Expert Access 2007 Programming

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