Exporting To Excel - Setting Column Width?Dec 7, 2009
I am exporting data from a DataGridView into Excel, how can i set the size of a column when exporting?
I am exporting data from a DataGridView into Excel, how can i set the size of a column when exporting?
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Here's the code for the first grid (working fine):
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' Load todo items
todoGrid.DataSource = _TodoManager.LoadAll()
' Set backcolor
For Each row As DataGridViewRow In todoGrid.Rows
As you can see, the code is exactly the same (except for not setting the BackColor of each row and not using the ReadOnly property*). When I run this code, it gives me a null reference error ("Object reference not set to an instance of an object.") on the line where I set the column's Width. Obviously 'col' is not Nothing (otherwise it would have errored before that line), and there's nothing else there that could be Nothing... I assume that something happens internally in the grid when you set the width of a column, and that there is a null reference there, but obviously I have no control over that.
The grid's are absolutely the same, as the second grid is just a 'copy' (meaning I copy/pasted it in the designer) of the first. So all their properties are equal. I thought maybe the ReadOnly properties were the problem, but I tried putting them in in the same way and the issue did not go away... The first grid is not ReadOnly (because the checkboxes need to be editable), but all rows except the first are, while the second grid is completely ReadOnly.
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Here is my code:
If ComDset.Tables(0).Rows.Count > 0 Then
I am using ms-access 2002. I have to export the data of a ms-access table in Fixed Width format. To accomplish this I am using DoCmd.TransferText method.
DoCmd.TransferText acExportFixed, "schema.ini", "table_ABC", "C: estingTestData.txt"
But I am getting error message: "Run time error-3625 The text file specification 'schema.ini' does not exist.You cannot import, export, or link using the specification."
Here schema.ini is at same location as of text file. i.e. "C: esting"
I tried with
DoCmd.TransferText acExportFixed, "C: estingschema.ini", "table_ABC", C: estingTestData.txt"
but no success.
For delimited format it is working fine
DoCmd.TransferText acExportDelim, "", "VDMMEMBS", "C: estingTestData.txt"
I have gone through the link [URL]
Error message is same as of me but example shown is related to import of txt file.
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As String =
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Public Sub Test()
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1)How do you export the data that is displayed in a datagrid to Excel.
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Dim lista = From ls In Liste _
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