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from our Classic VB FAQs (in the FAQ forum, which is shown near the top of our home page) I would also recommend using a connection string that is based on OLEDB (which is newer, thus more features) rather than the older ODBC. I getting some error about to many arguments so redid the code Now if there is data on the sheet already should I clean this out? So I can drop in the new data..want any overlaps ie 6 and 4 from last dump Last question honest Gov is there anyway to tell what the Excel book is called? if I have data to refresh then delete but if not dont Well that is possible, but will take a bit of extra work - because the code so far is only safe if you run it inside a particular workbook, and don't refer to another one. I tried 3 diff ways of doing the connection By the way, VB would happily have told you that was a typo, if you asked it to check for them - so I'd recommend reading article What is Option Explicit, and why should I use it? I like your clear contents bit...however not all users will be on the network and have access to database so currently I am trying to work out how to say...

Also, the XML refresh FAILS on occasion and again would like to BYPASS error message and retry (e.g., 5 attempts).This will cause the function to be executed whenever a calculation occurs in the workbook.Some buttons are Form Controls and other buttons are Active X Controls.Can you please provide me a modified could as per the above conditions. abhay..i forgot to close this coding now works Some Excel version have a 65k limit on rows in go upto higher versions of excel this limit is removed.You need to open a new question and give a link to this 1 cheers George Hi Hack, I have a question about this code that you have here.Do you a way to make a msg prompt come up for the access table instead of having to hard code the table name? Command Text = Array("name of table in database") - So instead of inputting the table name is there a way to have a prompt for the user to enter the name of the table?

I need to copy multiple rows in a spread sheet with a forloop.

The standard data row does it automatically ok I now have 2 tabs that populate data and its seems very fast!!! I'm not certain, so would recommend getting Excel to tell you! As to what you should do, it depends on how you intend to set all of this up, eg: are you going to open one 'parent' book which then opens the others? Thanks for the code about the no data..sounds like just the thing.

How do I tell data to put Field names on first row? Am thinking about calling it what I have to filter..way 1 codeset could be used for all my sheets as long as the spreadsheet is the right filter group oops 3 rd last question..there a way to lock down this code so noone sees it but me? OLEDB.4.0;" & _ "Data Source=" & str File Path & ";" s QRY = "SELECT tbl Data.* FROM tbl Data" rs. Open s QRY, cnn, ad Open Static, ad Lock Read Only Application. As you want to work with other workbooks you need to also specify that, eg: I don't think using the filename is a particularly good idea - what happens if the name needs to change, or somebody does a "Save As" to make a copy? yeah this spreadsheet will be refreshed weekly and sent out... I dont think they would change it but but if they do it would be an issue.

Help is greatly appreciated to solve a business problem.

hi I have inherited a few spreadsheet that import data from Access onto a tabbed excel sheet.... Is there anyway to code it so that when the Excel spreadsheet opens it looks up the database and runs a query and dumps data onto a tab in code? Last question honest Gov is there anyway to tell what the Excel book is called? Hi, I had used the above code but i am facing the below mentioned problem.

I need to be able to do a query here to filter it Can I filter? Si..code looked great but I cant get passed Connection string it puts up box with runtime error..obect block or variable not set. Close Set cnn = Nothing Exit Sub End Sub thanks ted..thats kinda what I used...