|Access Developer Reference|
Creates a new Microsoft Access database.
expression.NewCurrentDatabase(filepath, FileFormat, Template, SiteAddress, ListID)
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
|filepath||Required||String||A string expression that is the name of a new database file, including the path name and the file name extension. If your network supports it, you can also specify a network path in the following form: \\Server\Share\Folder\Filename|
|FileFormat||Optional||AcNewDatabaseFormat||A AcNewDatabaseFormat constant that specifes the file format to use for the newly created database.|
|Template||Optional||Variant||The name of the template to be used for the new database.|
|SiteAddress||Optional||String||Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site to link to.|
|ListID||Optional||String||Globally Unique Identifer (GUID) or the name of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 list to link to.|
You can use this method to create a new database from another application that is controlling Microsoft Access through Automation, formerly called OLE Automation. For example, you can use the NewCurrentDatabase method from Microsoft Excel to create a new database in the Microsoft Access window.
The NewCurrentDatabase method enables you to create a new Microsoft Access database from another application through Automation. Once you have created an instance of Microsoft Access from another application, you must also create a new database. This database opens in the Microsoft Access window.