I'm > > working with Office 2003. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Hope this helps some... Went back to my Excel spreadsheet (to the values sheet) and re-sized all my columns. have a peek at this web-site
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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Guest Guest When I'm importing an Excel spreadsheet into an Access DB the import wizard gives me a dialog box stating that the Just import it into it's own fresh table, which you can give a name like, "deleteme."2. Please help! Subscript Out Of Range Error Access 2013 Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
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I know this is too late for you Joe, but hopefully it will help others in the future. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=162087 I still don't know what the problem was. "Joe Ramos" wrote: > When I'm importing an Excel spreadsheet into an Access DB the import wizard > gives me a dialog box Subscript Out Of Range Error Access 2010 Thanks so much! "sponge.worthy" wrote: > Like others here I spent hours looking for a way to get around this error. > When I figured it out, i felt like kicking Access Subscript Out Of Range Error Import The Excel spreadsheet is not allowed to contain any references to the associated Auto Number column in the DB.
Join our site today to ask your question. Check This Out There are a number of errors in several different fields that show up in an ImportErrors table. I am > importing the table to be used in a report that has already been created. > I've tried importing the spreadsheet to a new DB and get the same I then had no problem importing the worksheet into Access. Microsoft Access Error Subscript Out Of Range
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When I go to the Advanced screen during import all of my fields do not show up in the field information section and also it doesn't show the datatype column. Error Subscript Out Of Range Vba Does Home Ownership Build Wealth? Many many thanks!
This kind of stuff is why I have used STATA instead of Excel or Access whenever I'm able to. Check CGT Website. I am > importing the table to be used in a report that has already been created. > I've tried importing the spreadsheet to a new DB and get the same Microsoft Vbscript Runtime Error Subscript Out Of Range dctdatabase, May 26, 2009 #3 slurpee55 Joined: Oct 20, 2004 Messages: 7,837 I think so - the autofilter would interfere with Access properly importing the file.
Now that Excel worksheet probably looks exactly like the one you were originally trying to import, but somehow, in some secret, arcane way, it's different, and Access won't balk at it.4. Reply With Quote 02-07-04,04:53 #5 izyrider View Profile View Forum Posts Cavalier King Charles Join Date Dec 2002 Location Préverenges, Switzerland Posts 3,740 great! Excel - Tips and Solutions for Excel Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top All times are GMT -4. have a peek here I would instead import the whole file into Access and then build a series of queries that filter the data table in the same manner that you have worked with autofilter.
The data came in after that! Your cache administrator is webmaster. Although I had no hidden columns, this command itself was sufficient for the Excel sheet to adjust itself and allow it to be imported into Access. More About Us...
This is so important that, although Access has many built-in features to help the user in this task, developers often nâ€¦ MS Access A TextBox Calculator for Access Article by: harfang I am importing the table to be used in a report that has already been created. That will cause problems.
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