Copy Selected Range & Save To Text File

Mar 4, 2010

I also use VBA in a terminal emulation program that I use the following command to 'screen scrape' the current display memory and quickly Save it to a .txt file:

.SaveDisplayMemory "C:File1.txt", rcOverwrite
What I want to do in Excel is, Copy the current selected Range() and Save it to a .txt file.

I know how Save the current Sheet to a .txt file, but can't figure out how to Save just a Range() of cells.

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VB:
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