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May 14, 2014

I have alot of project folders on my harddrive.

All in format: I:/12345-costumer-projectname/

The five digits are unique for each project.

I make calculations for these projects using an excel file. In this excel I also type the projectnumber (cell J2)

Now i would like to make a button. When pressed, it checks the projectnumber cell J2, looksup the corresponding folder and saves the excelfile in PDF format in this folder.

I have found macro to find files in folders, but none which do the above.

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