Excel 2010 :: SAVE AS File Name Using Macro?

Aug 13, 2012

USING EXCEL 2010

I am trying to record a macro where the last step is to SAVE AS the file. I want it to use the current date as the end of the file name.
i.e.

Daily OST -- 2012-08-10
Daily OST -- 2012-08-11
Daily OST -- 2012-08-12
etc...

This is what is currently in the macro but all it gives me is the first part "Daily OST --". How to fix?

ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _
"Y:ProjectsProgram ManagementPIODaily ReportsDaily OST -- " & DateString & ".xlsx" _
, FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbook, CreateBackup:=False

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