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NOTE If you have chosen to process replies manually, you need to view the replies in Outlook:
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right-click the Reply and choose Export Data to Microsoft Access
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Access 2007 allows you to repeat imports and exports if you save the definitions Also, if you link to data, you may need to manage the links (for instance, if the source file moves)
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Access gives you the option of saving import and export definitions so that they can be reused using the Saved Imports and Saved Exports commands on the External Data tab Both commands display the Manage Data Tasks dialog box with two tabs: Saved Imports and Saved Exports Select the operation to run it, create an Outlook task from it, or Delete it If you create an Outlook task, you have the option of using Outlook to define dates when the operation should occur You can run the import or export directly from Outlook by clicking the Run Export or Run Import button on the tasks ribbon
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To manage links, use the Linked Table Manager On the Database Tools tab, click the Linked Table Manager button in the Database Tools group to open the Linked Table Manager dialog box
Select links to be updated If the linked table is not found, Access asks you to name the file and select its location on the Select New Location Of Groups dialog box If you want Access to always prompt for the location of files before updating data, select the Always Prompt for the New Location check box in the lower left corner of the dialog box
Mailing Access Objects
You can send Access tables, queries, forms, reports, report snapshots, and even modules attached to an e-mail message When you attach objects or data to an e-mail message, the attachments can be converted to several versions of Excel, RTF, MS-DOS text, HTML, or report snapshot formats as part of the e-mail operation
NOTE To e-mail an Access database object, you must install an electronic mail application that
supports Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI), such as Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, or Eudora
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Exchanging Data with Outside Sources
To attach an Access object to an e-mail message, do the following: 1 Select the object you want to send in the Navigation Pane If you want to send only some of the records from a table or query, open the table or query in Datasheet view, and then select the records you want to send 2 Click the Office button and choose Email from the drop-down menu The Send Object As dialog box opens Choose the file format you want to use for your e-mail attachment, and then click OK If you selected only part of the datasheet in step 1, two output formats options become available: All, which attaches the entire datasheet to the e-mail message, and Selection, which attaches only the selected data
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3 If you choose HTML, the next dialog box gives you the opportunity to attach an HTML template You can accept the filename displayed in the HTML Output Options dialog box (shown earlier), enter a different name, and then choose Browse to locate another file Or you can clear the template box and not use a template Click OK Your e-mail client program opens an e-mail message form, where you can address your message, add text to the message, and send it out The object you selected to send is automatically attached to the message
Summary
In this chapter, we expanded the concept of exchanging data with outside sources by looking at the use of Office Links to exchange data with Word, Excel, and HTML documents, and collect data from Outlook In addition, you looked at the challenges in importing text and e-mailing database objects As you saw in this chapter and in 22, a large number of options and techniques are available for exporting data from Access and importing data into Access from outside sources These techniques have many variations and, in some cases, require analysis and preparation of the data being exchanged
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