DOCMD.EXPORT REPORT TO PDF

DOCMD.EXPORT REPORT TO PDF

Add a line continuation character (underscore: _) to indicate the line following To should be considered part of the same logical instruction. How to filter and export an Access Report in three lines of VBA code. the very useful output format option acFormatPDF added to the DoCmd. OpenReport stDocName, acPreview To acOutputReport, ” ErrorsandcorrectionsReport”, acFormatXLS, “X:\Test\ReportName.

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There is one aspect of using this very convenient method that I frequently see people struggle with. It is not obvious how to export a dynamically filtered report using this method. Other than the DoCmd. Repoet -Method, the DoCmd. OutputTo -Method does not support to supply any criteria to the report the filter the data. So, it seems to be a problem to export a report docd.export displays different data sets depending on user input or other factors.

Export a REPORT to an excel template (ac)

All of these do work. However, with each of the above approaches there comes at least one downside. Matching the above order:. If the report you are exporting is closed when you invoke DoCmd. OutputTothe OutputTo -Method will open the report and export it. However, if the report you want to export is open already in preview acViewPreview when you invoke OutputTothe DoCmd. OutputTo -Method will just export the report as it is! Considering this, it is very simple to solve the problem with exporting dynamically filtered reports.

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You open the report using DoCmd.

To prevent the report appearing on the screen in preview, you use the WindowMode acHiddento dlcmd.export the report invisible to the user.

You then simply invoke DoCmd. There is only one thing that you must not forget to take care of. After opening the report in preview view, it will stay open, albeit invisible, until you explicitly close it.

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

OpenReportthe report will become visible but it will not re-query the data and will it still use the original criteria for filtering the data. In this case the report might display the wrong data set. Always close the hidden report after the PDF file was saved.

Taking all this into account, our procedure to export a filtered report to PDF could look like this:. In a real-world implementation, based on this sample, you can pass in all 3 variables as arguments into the function and thus create a simple and flexible ExportToPDF routine for your Access application.

So, here we are.

An elegant, yet very easy to implement, solution and it requires only 2 additional lines of code. I recorded a demonstration of the solution described here on video and published it to YouTube. I will never share your email with anyone.

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You can unsubscribe any time. This email list is hosted at Mailchimp in the United States. The data is covered by the EU-U. See our privacy policy for further details. The obvious workarounds that rsport to mind are usually one of the following: Create different reports with the criteria built in Create a parameter query referencing form fields or global functions as record source for the report. Build the SQL for the report at runtime and assign it to the report.

Matching the above order: It requires to create multiple very similar objects reports. It requires additional functions or a form and is rather inflexible. While all these approaches work, I would rather not recommend to use any of them.

Luckily there is a very simple solution to the problem that is just not so obvious. Taking all this into account, our procedure to export a filtered report to PDF could look like this: Close acReportreportNameacSaveNo End Sub In rocmd.export real-world implementation, based on this sample, you can pass in all 3 variables as arguments into the function and thus create a simple and flexible ExportToPDF routine for your Access application.