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    novice to this

    i have a access in MSO2000 which will get updated daily
    a table named CAP_Payment is with the following contents
    Rcptno, Rcptdt, Bacno, amount, Paymode, Bankcd, Docno, Docdt, Name, Mobileno, Bankname, type and few others not of much importance
    i need to view the same daily in a excel sheet based on query 'from' 'to' date
    this wil be helpful to find duplicate entries
    and custom sum based on Type and Paymode (cash&cheque/DD)
    thanks


    jai

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    Hi Jai,
    Welcome to VBAX.
    I have created a new thread for your question.
    MVP (Excel 2008-2010)

    Post a workbook with sample data and layout if you want a quicker solution.


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    I am assuming you have the query completed.

    If that is true, what is the queries name?

    If the query is completed, and you just want to view it in Excel,

    Lookup the OutputTo command in the help:

    [VBA]DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputQuery, YourQueryName, acFormatXLS, "NewBook.xls", True[/VBA]
    Justin Labenne

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    Why do you need Excel to find duplicates and sum?

    All that could be done in Access.

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