I do not see any entries for MicrosoftOffice Excel 2003 in the Files of type box when I start the export operation
I exported data to an Excel spreadsheet, but now I see green triangles and strings that begin with "#" in the spreadsheet
The green triangles are error indicators. The strings that begin with "#" are error values. Error indicators and error values indicate that the data didn't get exported properly. Search Excel Help for more information about troubleshooting error indicators and error values.
When I export to Excel, the graph objects are missing in the worksheet
Data is in the wrong column in the resulting Excel worksheet
The worksheet is showing null values instead of date values
I see only "#" in an entire column in my Excel worksheet after the export operation is complete
If you start the export operation from the Database window or in Form view, check boxes on forms will not get exported. The corresponding column in the worksheet will display "#". To solve this situation, open the form in Datasheet view before exporting it. The corresponding column in the worksheet will contain TRUE or FALSE, depending on the selected status of the check box in the form.
I exported a form to Excel, but the subforms are not in the worksheet
Subforms are ignored during the export operation. Export the subform separately.
I don't see any of the pictures that are in the original report int the resulting Excel worksheet
All graphical elements, such as a logo, background picture, and contents of OLE object fields that are part of the exported data, will not get exported.
Memo fields are truncated during the export to Excel operation
When you output a report to Excel, memo fields are truncated to 255 characters. You may also see this behavior when you click the Analyze It with Microsoft Excel command while you are previewing a report. For information about how to resolve this issue, see Troubleshooting truncated memo fields in reports.
Report totals are missing in the worksheet to which I exported an Access report
I get the message "Unable to read file" when I export to Excel
When you open a workbook in Excel, and the workbook contains links to other Excel workbooks that are generated when a report in Access is exported to Excel, you might receive the "Unable to read file" message when you update the links in the workbook. To resolve this issue, see Troubleshooting "Unable to read file" error message.
I get the message "Too many rows" when I export to Excel
If a table has more than 16,384 rows, and you use the Analyze It with Microsoft Excel command to copy data into Excel, you might get the "Too many rows" message. To resolve this issue, see Troubleshooting "Too many rows" error message.
File extensions don't show up beside the file names in the Save As Type dialog box
You have not selected the Show hidden files and folders option in Microsoft Windows Explorer. See Windows Help for information about selecting this option.
I'm not able to link my database objects to Microsoft IIS or Microsoft ASP files