DOCMD.OUTPUTTO REPORT PDF

Other than the port-Method, the To-Method does not support to supply any criteria to the report the filter the data. If I leave the OutPutFile parameter blank, it brings up the windows save dialogue with the name of the report as the default. If I specify the file. Access VBA auto generate mass report by group to Excel Syntax of DoCmd. OutputTo Method. To(ObjectType, ObjectName.

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Thank you one and all for answering my last question. I have another one. OK, I can set the report’s parameters using the where clause part of the DoCmd.

But I also save that report as a text file using the following command. You can docmf.outputto the report in print preview mode and filter it. OutputTo without specifying the object name. OutputTo will export the open, filtered report.

This did the trick. Now I can start consolidating reports.

Ken, is there any another way to print report to pdf not using DoCmd. I’ve browsed the web, but no success. I tried to save the report as “rtf”, same result, 1 reference wasted.

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Remove From My Forums. Microsoft Office for Developers. Access for Developers https: Sign in to vote. But I also save that report as a text file using the following command DoCmd. OK, any ideas here. Ed Cohen Edgar Cohen. Tuesday, January 10, 4: Marked as answer by Edgar Cohen Tuesday, January 10, 8: Tuesday, January 10, 5: The other way to do this, which avoids having to open the report in print preview, is to base the report on a query which references a control on a form presumably the txtInvoiceNumber control in your caseas a parameter.

As it happens there is a demo file which does exactly this, using a simple invoicing database as the example, as InvoicePDF. As its name suggests this creates a PDF file of the invoice, which is primarily what the demo is for, but it will work just the same if outputting to a text file.

Ken Sheridan, Stafford, England. Tuesday, January 10, 6: Ed cohen Edgar Cohen. Tuesday, January 10, 8: I do really appreciate anyone help.

Please do you have any idea why is this happening? Many thanks in advance.

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Export Access Object to Excel ,PDF, RTF , etc. using DoCmd.OutputTo

Sunday, February 1, 3: Sunday, February 1, 4: The report is simple, containing no combo or list boxes, the report source is saved query. Do you have any recommendation who to turn to? Thank you for your time. Monday, February 2, 7: If you think that the fact that the fact that the tables are local in my demo is a factor, you could perhaps use a local table as your report’s RecordSource and insert the relevant rows from its current RecordSource query by means of an Append query executed in code prior to outputting the report having first deleted all existing rows of course.

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Monday, February 2, 1: Many thanks Ken for your reply, I tried that and it appears to solve my problem. Thank you ones again. Ken, I face new error using temp table. Monday, February 2, 5: Monday, February 2, 6: Terms of Use Trademarks Privacy Statement.