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Exporting to Excel Snippets...

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Add a Filter to Columns A thru Y...
After Exporting your Data to a Template Rename to Excel Workbook...
Copy/Paste Cell Values, such as, Formulas...
Make sure Column maintains its Date/Time Format even after Export...
Insert a Worksheet from One Workbook into Another Workbook...
Public Function InsertSP()
On Error GoTo InsertPageErr_Err

     Dim xlapp As Object
     Dim xlWbkNew As Object
     Dim xlWbkOld As Object
     Dim strSheetName As String

        Set xlapp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
        Set xlWbkNew = xlapp.Workbooks.Open(Forms![frmExport]![txtExportPath] & "/" & Forms![frmExport]![txtNewFileName])
        Set xlWbkOld = xlapp.Workbooks.Open(Forms![frmExport]![txtExportPath] & "/" & Forms![frmExport]![txtOldFileName])

        strSheetName = Forms![frmExport]![txtLDSheetName]

     xlWbkOld.Worksheets(strSheetName).Copy After:=xlWbkNew.Worksheets(xlWbkNew.Worksheets.Count)
     xlWbkNew.Worksheets(strSheetName).Name = Forms![frmExport]![txtNewFileName] & " SP"
     xlWbkOld.Close SaveChanges:=True
     xlWbkNew.Close SaveChanges:=True
     xlapp.Quit

InsertPageErr_Exit:
   Set xlWbkNew = Nothing
   Set xlWbkOld = Nothing
   xlapp.Quit
   DoCmd.Hourglass False
 Exit Function

InsertPageErr_Err:
   MsgBox "Error # " & Err.Number & " This Worksheet already in the specified Workbook!"
 Resume InsertPageErr_Exit

End Function
Make Columns A thru Y AutoFit to the Values Inserted...
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