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Old March 17th, 2006, 03:02 PM
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Default doCmd.TransferText

If I am trying to export a table in access, I can use the Eport command in the file menu. There, I can specify such things as the delimiter, whether or not to use quotes around text, etc.

I assume to do this in VBA code, I need to use doCmd.TransferText. But in the argument list, I have no way to specify the delimiter. Is there another function?

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Can you post the code your using to export?

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