The following method exports all available queries in an Access database into individual text files, which are called like the corresponding query.
DAO does not provide the support ADODB gives you, therefore this method will only work with queries created and stored in a current MS Access database.
The method writeLineToTextFile is not a standard VBA method, but can be found at following URL.
The target encoding should not be UTF-16LE but ASCII, if you intend to use a versioning tool like GIT to keep track of changes in MS Access queries.
Replacing special characters can be a pain, if you do not rely on regular expressions.
Delete a file on a users hard disc (VBScript, which can easily be adjusted to VBA).