Error 2391 Field f1 Doesnt Exist In Destination Table, Access 2013


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Dear Expert,
I'm getting error 2391 field 'f1' doesn't exist
in destination table
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dir="ltr" style="text-align:left">Dim FileBrowse As
Office.FileDialog
    Dim varFile As Variant />    Dim sFile As String
    Set FileBrowse
= Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)
   
With FileBrowse
        .AllowMultiSelect =
False ' <= Set to true if you need to select more than one text
file
        .Title = "Please Sele
Field F1 doesnt exist in destination table /> 
I received this error message when I tried to
import a text file into a table in Access :
"Field F1
doesnt exist in destination table"
Through one of the
postings, Miguel said something about do not set the format of
importation. Doesnt that means do not define the data types for the
fields in my table?
I appreciate any help. Thanks
Databases
Help, I'm trying to understand a how to fix this error, Microsoft
says to do the below, but it's not working.
Can anyone expand
this better?
Method 1
1. Import the spreadsheet into a new
table named tblTemp.
2. Create an append query to append the
data in the tblTemp table to your existing table.
3. Run the
append query.
4. Delete the tblTemp table.
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Method 2
1. In Microsoft Excel, insert a new first row in
the spreadsheet. In this row, add field names that match the field
names in the existing Microsoft Access table.
2. In the macro,
change the Has Field Names argument to
Access
"Field 'F1' doesn't exist in destination table
'tablename.'"
I hate this error message.
I am using the
following command to load data from an excel spreadsheet into a
backend SQL Server database via an .adp: />DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acImport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel7,
sTempTable, strFileName, False, "A2:B4000"
I have
purposely used "False" to ensure that the first line in my
spreadsheet is ignored. This is because the first line in my
spreadsheet contains headings that do not match the column names in my
table.
I do not wish to change my headings as end users will be
making use of my
Access
I created a Macro to automate importing a delimited text file to
MS access. I have created the destination table containing the same
number of fields as my text file.
However, on running the macro,
MS Access came up with error message as below:
Field 'F1' does
not exist in destination table. Microsoft Office was unable to
complete the append operation. The destination table must contain the
same field as the table you are pasting from.
Can anyone help
please?
Access
I have created the following code to loop through all excel
workbooks in a folder but it is failing on the transferspreadsheet as
it states the F1 field not found, having checked several times the
workbooks are all structured correctly and the access table has the
same field names as I created a temp table and copied the field names
from the workbook.
Am I missing something simple or is this an
issue with Access 2007 ?
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Dim
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Access
Dear Expert,
I'm getting error 2391 field 'f1' doesn't exist
in destination table
style="margin-bottom:2px">Code:
dir="ltr" style="text-align:left">Dim FileBrowse As
Office.FileDialog
    Dim varFile As Variant />    Dim sFile As String
    Set FileBrowse
= Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)
   
With FileBrowse
        .AllowMultiSelect =
False ' <= Set to true if you need to select more than one text
file
        .Title = "Please Sele
Access

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