Do your users frequently ask for copies of Access data
tables that they can incorporate into their word processing documents? Access makes it easy to export a table to a Word document, which you can then can save to the user’s folder or send as an e-mail attachment. Follow these steps:
the Database Window, select the Table or Query whose data you want to
the Office Links button and select Publish It With
Microsoft Word from the drop-down list.
Access publishes the report as a Word table in a new rich text-formatted
(.rtf) document that users can open in any word processing program. They can
then format the table using their word processor’s formatting tools, and copy
it to their main document.
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