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Quick Recordset Copy to Excel Workbook

Quick Recordset Copy to Excel Workbook

One of the most common things VB programmers do with Excel is load data into an Excel worksheet from a Recordset object. The method I see used most often to do this is looping through each column and row of the recordset, placing the values individually into the corresponding cells on the Excel worksheet. However, a far faster and more efficient way takes advantage of the little-known CopyFromRecordset method of the Excel Range object. All you need to use this method is an object reference to the top-left cell of the destination range. Then invoke the CopyFrom-Recordset method for this Range object, passing it the Recordset object you want to load into the worksheet. Here

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