Ignore File Name / Save File Name Different If Other Exists?
Jun 6, 2014
My macro pulls data from a set of files in a folder and creates an output based on my formatting rules.
Ran into 2 issues though. The first being is after this macro is run it saves a file in the folder with the name "Data Export" and before I had it do this if "Data Export" was already there
'Check if file name to save exists If Dir$(vFolder & "" & sSubFolder & ".xls", vbNormal) = "" Then
wb.SaveAs vFolder & "" & sSubFolder & ".xls"
MsgBox "Complete!", vbOKOnly
MsgBox "File already exists, could not save!", vbInformation, "COMPLETE!"
What I want it to do instead is change itself and save it as Data Export A, and then also loop for A each time, if A is there go to B , so on and so forth.
-Alternate solution if this is way to challenging, can I have it pop up the Save Message box to let the user try a new name if "Data Export" exists. I was trying to think through that too..
2nd Issue is when I loop the files in the folder I selected in my macro, I want it to ignore "Data Export" files. Before I just took a shortcut and had it save outside of the data folder, which was fine but now we are running on so many files a day that we need it inside the same folder for organization purposes.
That is done with the following
'Loop through files in folder sFileName = Dir$(vFolder & "")
Do Until sFileName = ""
I was thinking maybe I can add an error handler to the loop? Before Do Until? Something like this? But how I can add it into the loop?
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I just added the displayalerts = false in but the script still does not know that file already exists. So when the file is closed it keeps saying file has been placed on your desktop.
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rest of code here
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I:ORDERSS-S 10ALIYAMARKET ORDERSADDADD-LADIES-LEGGINGS-13246.xls I:ORDERSS-S 10ALIYAMARKET ORDERSADDADD-LADIES-PANTS-13247.xls I:ORDERSS-S 10ALIYAMARKET ORDERSADDADD-LADIES-SHORTS-13244.xls I:ORDERSS-S 10MICHELLEGAMESWORLDWIDE COMPANYWORLDWIDE COMPANY - GAMES - 10014.xls
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