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David Czerwinski 
8 days ago
I want to program a button to export a query to excel and it works fine but overwrites the SS. I want to export to a template excel that has all my conditional formatting. this code works but overwrites Read More...
David Czerwinski
8 days ago
Alex your reply just takes me to my original post in the general questions? I posted there but got no replies so I thought Id report it  here. Was that the wrong thing to do?
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RichTextPlainTextSQL Server Upload Images   Link  
Joe Hood 
9 days ago
I have a Table on my SQL Server that has a Rich Text field. I am using a pass-through query to display the field in a list box on a form. Is there a function that will convert the Rich Text to Plain Text that I can use in the Pass-Through Query?
Richard Rost
8 days ago
Does the PlainText() function work? Not sure if it does in a PT Query.
Joe Hood
8 days ago
It does not work in a PT Query. That is the first thing I tried. I have found several options on google that seem to use a functions that has to be added to SQL Server. I have not been able to make any of these options work yet. I guess its a little above my skill level. For now i simply eliminated the field from the list box and added a Rich text box that Dlookups the text I want on the List box onclick event. It actually works pretty well and leaves the list box much less crowded and nicer looking.
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Amina Jones 
9 days ago
I have a database where I have two types of clients. Employee and Customers. I have two separate tables for each. I also have a pymt table to track payments for each client. The pymt table identifies the type of customer (employee or regular customer) I have two forms, one for employee & one for customer, and each form has a pymt button. I also created a pymt form for the pymt button to view and add pymts. Read More...
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