Copy a database object to a different Access database or to the same database or Access project (.adp) under a new name.
Syntax DoCmd.CopyObject(DestinationDatabase, NewName, SourceObjectType, SourceObjectName) Key DestinationDatabase A string expression that's the valid path and file name for the destination database To select the current database, leave this argument blank. In an Access project/library (.adp) leave this argument blank. NewName The new name for the object to copy. default=same name as source. SourceObjectType An AcObjectType constant that represents the type of object to copy. SourceObjectName The name of an object to copy.
Either destinationdatabase or newname (or both) must be specified.
If sourceobjecttype and sourceobjectname arguments are left blank, Access will copy the object selected in the Database window.
To select an object in the Database window, you can use the SelectObject action or SelectObject method with the In Database Window argument set to Yes (True).
DoCmd.CopyObject, "T_Patients Copy", acTable, "T_Patients"
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