Macro To Locate Folder In A Folder And Save

Apr 13, 2009

looking for some code to save to a destination

destination address is
C:Documents and SettingsstDesktopOJF

now the problem is OJF has folders named 1 to 500

so if cell d5 = 487 it will need to look in the above desination and then open the folder and save it there.

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Code:
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Do
Problem = False
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