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A Simple Code To Convert Your Data From ListView Control To Microsoft Excel File....

by Rahul Sardesai And Irshad Barot (1 Submission)
Category: Databases/Data Access/DAO/ADO
Compatability: VB 6.0
Difficulty: Unknown Difficulty
Originally Published: Sun 19th August 2001
Date Added: Mon 8th February 2021
Rating: (1 Votes)

A Simple Code To Convert Your Data From ListView Control To Microsoft Excel File....

API Declarations


1. Project -> Components -> Microsoft Windows Common Dialog Control
Name it as cmnDlgs
2. Project -> Refernce -> Microsoft EXCEL 8.0/9.0 Object Library
3. ListView Control....
Name is as lvwCCC
4. Progress Bar....
Name it as barProgress

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    '
    On Error GoTo myError
    '
    With cmnDlgs
        .InitDir = App.Path
        .DefaultExt = "*.xls"
        .Filter = "Microsoft Excel File | *.xls"
        .ShowSave
    End With
    '
    barProgress.Min = 0
    barProgress.Max = lvwCCC.ListItems.Count
    '
    barProgress.Value = 0
    '
    barProgress.Visible = True
    '
    Dim objXL  As New Excel.Application
    Dim intRow As Integer
    Dim intCol As Integer
    '
    objXL.Workbooks.Add
    objXL.Worksheets.Add
    '
    objXL.DisplayAlerts = False
    objXL.Visible = False
    '
    For intCtr = 1 To lvwCCC.ColumnHeaders.Count Step 1
        objXL.ActiveCell(1, intCtr) = "'" & UCase(lvwCCC.ColumnHeaders(intCtr).Text)
        objXL.ActiveCell(1, intCtr).Font.Bold = True
    Next intCtr
    '
    For intRow = 1 To lvwCCC.ListItems.Count Step 1
        objXL.ActiveCell(intRow + 1, 1) = "'" & lvwCCC.ListItems(intRow).Text
        For intCol = 1 To lvwCCC.ColumnHeaders.Count - 1 Step 1
            objXL.ActiveCell(intRow + 1, intCol + 1) = "'" &  lvwCCC.ListItems(intRow).SubItems(intCol)
        Next intCol
        barProgress.Value = intRow
    Next intRow
    '
    objXL.ActiveSheet.Name = "Warning Bulletin"
    '
    For intCtr = objXL.Worksheets.Count To 1 Step -1
        If objXL.Worksheets(intCtr).Name <> "Warning Bulletin" Then
            objXL.Worksheets(intCtr).Delete
        End If
    Next intCtr
    '
    objXL.ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs (cmnDlgs.FileName)
    objXL.ActiveWorkbook.Close
    '
    MsgBox "View exported to EXCEL file successfully...."
    '
    Set objXL = Nothing
    '
    barProgress.Visible = False
    '
myError:
    '
    If Err.Number <> 0 Then
        MsgBox Err.Description, , "Error"
        Exit Sub
    End If
    '
End Sub


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