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QueryTable Members (Excel)
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QueryTable Members (Excel)

Represents a worksheet table built from data returned from an external data source, such as an SQL server or a Microsoft Access database.

Name

Description

CancelRefresh

Cancels all background queries for the specified query table. Use the Refreshing property to determine whether a background query is currently in progress.

Delete

Deletes the object.

Refresh

Updates an external data range (QueryTable).

ResetTimer

Resets the refresh timer for the specified query table or PivotTable report to the last interval you set using the RefreshPeriod property.

SaveAsODC

Saves the QueryTable cache source as an Microsoft Office Data Connection file.

Name

Description

AdjustColumnWidth

True if the column widths are automatically adjusted for the best fit each time you refresh the specified query table. False if the column widths are not automatically adjusted with each refresh. The default value is True. Read/write Boolean.

Application

When used without an object qualifier, this property returns an Application object that represents the Microsoft Excel application. When used with an object qualifier, this property returns an Application object that represents the creator of the specified object (you can use this property with an OLE Automation object to return the application of that object). Read-only.

BackgroundQuery

True if queries for the query table are performed asynchronously (in the background). Read/write Boolean.

CommandText

Returns or sets the command string for the specified data source. Read/write Variant.

CommandType

Returns or sets one of the XlCmdType constants listed in the following table in the remarks section. The constant that is returned or set describes the value of the CommandText property. The default value is xlCmdSQL. Read/write XlCmdType.

Connection

Returns or sets a string that contains one of the following: OLE DB settings that enable Microsoft Excel to connect to an OLE DB data source; ODBC settings that enable Microsoft Excel to connect to an ODBC data source; a URL that enables Microsoft Excel to connect to a Web data source; the path to and file name of a text file, or the path to and file name of a file that specifies a database or Web query. Read/write Variant.

Creator

Returns a 32-bit integer that indicates the application in which this object was created. Read-only Long.

Destination

Returns the cell in the upper-left corner of the query table destination range (the range where the resulting query table will be placed). The destination range must be on the worksheet that contains the QueryTable object. Read-only Range.

EditWebPage

Returns or sets the web page Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for a web query. Read/write Variant.

EnableEditing

True if the user can edit the specified query table. False if the user can only refresh the query table. Read/write Boolean.

EnableRefresh

True if the PivotTable cache or query table can be refreshed by the user. The default value is True. Read/write Boolean.

FetchedRowOverflow

True if the number of rows returned by the last use of the Refresh method is greater than the number of rows available on the worksheet. Read-only Boolean.

FieldNames

True if field names from the data source appear as column headings for the returned data. The default value is True. Read/write Boolean.

FillAdjacentFormulas

True if formulas to the right of the specified query table are automatically updated whenever the query table is refreshed. Read/write Boolean.

ListObject

Returns a ListObject object for the QueryTable object. Read-only ListObject object.

MaintainConnection

True if the connection to the specified data source is maintained after the refresh and until the workbook is closed. The default value is True. Read/write Boolean.

Name

Returns or sets a String value representing the name of the object.

Parameters

Returns a Parameters collection that represents the query table parameters. Read-only.

Parent

Returns the parent object for the specified object. Read-only.

PostText

Returns or sets the string used with the post method of inputting data into a Web server to return data from a Web query. Read/write String.

PreserveColumnInfo

True if column sorting, filtering, and layout information is preserved whenever a query table is refreshed. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

PreserveFormatting

True if any formatting common to the first five rows of data are applied to new rows of data in the query table. Unused cells aren’t formatted. The property is False if the last AutoFormat applied to the query table is applied to new rows of data. The default value is True.

QueryType

Indicates the type of query used by Microsoft Excel to populate the query table. Read-only XlQueryType.

Recordset

Returns or sets a Recordset object that’s used as the data source for the specified query table. Read/write.

Refreshing

True if there is a background query in progress for the specified query table. Read only Boolean.

RefreshOnFileOpen

True if the PivotTable cache or query table is automatically updated each time the workbook is opened. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

RefreshPeriod

Returns or sets the number of minutes between refreshes. Read/write Long.

RefreshStyle

Returns or sets the way rows on the specified worksheet are added or deleted to accommodate the number of rows in a recordset returned by a query. Read/write XlCellInsertionMode.

ResultRange

Returns a Range object that represents the area of the worksheet occupied by the specified query table. Read-only.

RobustConnect

Returns or sets how the PivotTable cache connects to its data source. Read/write XlRobustConnect.

RowNumbers

True if row numbers are added as the first column of the specified query table. Read/write Boolean.

SaveData

True if data for the QueryTable report is saved with the workbook. False if only the report definition is saved. Read/write Boolean.

SavePassword

True if password information in an ODBC connection string is saved with the specified query. False if the password is removed. Read/write Boolean.

Sort

Returns the sort criteria for the query table range. Read-only.

SourceConnectionFile

Returns or sets a String indicating the Microsoft Office Data Connection file or similar file that was used to create the QueryTable. Read/write.

SourceDataFile

Returns or sets a String value that indicates the source data file for a query table.

TextFileColumnDataTypes

Returns or sets an ordered array of constants that specify the data types applied to the corresponding columns in the text file that you’re importing into a query table. The default constant for each column is xlGeneral. Read/write Variant.

TextFileCommaDelimiter

True if the comma is the delimiter when you import a text file into a query table. False if you want to use some other character as the delimiter. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileConsecutiveDelimiter

True if consecutive delimiters are treated as a single delimiter when you import a text file into a query table. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileDecimalSeparator

Returns or sets the decimal separator character that Microsoft Excel uses when you import a text file into a query table. The default is the system decimal separator character. Read/write String.

TextFileFixedColumnWidths

Returns or sets an array of integers that correspond to the widths of the columns (in characters) in the text file that you’re importing into a query table. Valid widths are from 1 through 32767 characters. Read/write Variant.

TextFileOtherDelimiter

Returns or sets the character used as the delimiter when you import a text file into a query table. The default value is null. Read/write String.

TextFileParseType

Returns or sets the column format for the data in the text file that you’re importing into a query table. Read/write XlTextParsingType.

TextFilePlatform

Returns or sets the origin of the text file you’re importing into the query table. This property determines which code page is used during the data import. Read/write XlPlatform.

TextFilePromptOnRefresh

True if you want to specify the name of the imported text file each time the query table is refreshed. The Import Text File dialog box allows you to specify the path and file name. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileSemicolonDelimiter

True if the semicolon is the delimiter when you import a text file into a query table, and if the value of the TextFileParseType property is xlDelimited. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileSpaceDelimiter

True if the space character is the delimiter when you import a text file into a query table. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileStartRow

Returns or sets the row number at which text parsing will begin when you import a text file into a query table. Valid values are integers from 1 through 32767. The default value is 1. Read/write Long.

TextFileTabDelimiter

True if the tab character is the delimiter when you import a text file into a query table. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileTextQualifier

Returns or sets the text qualifier when you import a text file into a query table. The text qualifier specifies that the enclosed data is in text format. Read/write XlTextQualifier.

TextFileThousandsSeparator

Returns or sets the thousands separator character thatMicrosoft Excel uses when you import a text file into a query table. The default is the system thousands separator character. Read/write String.

TextFileTrailingMinusNumbers

True for Microsoft Excel to treat numbers imported as text that begin with a "-" symbol as a negative symbol. False for Excel to treat numbers imported as text that begin with a "-" symbol as text. Read/write Boolean.

TextFileVisualLayout

Returns or sets a XlTextVisualLayoutType enumeration that indicates whether the visual layout of the text being imported is left-to-right or right-to-left.

WebConsecutiveDelimitersAsOne

True if consecutive delimiters are treated as a single delimiter when you import data from HTML <PRE> tags in a Web page into a query table, and if the data is to be parsed into columns. False if you want to treat consecutive delimiters as multiple delimiters. The default value is True. Read/write Boolean.

WebDisableDateRecognition

True if data that resembles dates is parsed as text when you import a Web page into a query table. False if date recognition is used. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

WebDisableRedirections

True if Web query redirections are disabled for a QueryTable object. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

WebFormatting

Returns or sets a value that determines how much formatting from a Web page, if any, is applied when you import the page into a query table. Read/write XlWebFormatting.

WebPreFormattedTextToColumns

Returns or sets whether data contained within HTML <PRE> tags in the Web page is parsed into columns when you import the page into a query table. The default is True. Read/write Boolean.

WebSelectionType

Returns or sets a value that determines whether an entire Web page, all tables on the Web page, or only specific tables on the Web page are imported into a query table. Read/write XlWebSelectionType .

WebSingleBlockTextImport

True if data from the HTML <PRE> tags in the specified Web page is processed all at once when you import the page into a query table. False if the data is imported in blocks of contiguous rows so that header rows will be recognized as such. The default value is False. Read/write Boolean.

WebTables

Returns or sets a comma-delimited list of table names or table index numbers when you import a Web page into a query table. Read/write String.

WorkbookConnection

Returns the WorkbookConnection object that the query table uses. Read-only.

Name

Description

AfterRefresh

Occurs after a query is completed or canceled.

BeforeRefresh

Occurs before any refreshes of the query table. This includes refreshes resulting from calling the Refresh method, from the user's actions in the product, and from opening the workbook containing the query table.

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