Looking for VBA code to automatically save an excel file as an .xlsx format, and saving to a specific folder: C:UserswolfmDesktopLoad Lists
I have been using the attached code, but it's not working. It saves to the desktop, not the folder. Also, when it creates the file name based on sFile = ActiveSheet.Range("C4").Value & ".xlsx", it adds wierd things to the file name. I want the file name to be simply the value in C4.
I have found out how I save my document as workbook name and date, but now I want to add the saved file to a specific folder instead of just in my dokument folder. This is what I have done so far (SAVING FILE IN A SPECIFIC FOLDER):
I'm trying to use the code below to paste special my first sheet to remove the formulas, then delete all other worksheets then save as a reference number (which is linked to the worksheet im saving) but I also need it to save in a specific folder.
I recorded a macro to save a workbook to a specific folder using the current file name. However, I've tried to remove the absolute reference to a specific filename but it is not working for me. Am I close?
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _ "H:Files and DocumentsPROJECTSSR 2 SS Phase Two Component ReliabilityWinTrac Files xt_conversionsexcel_version" & SheetName _ , FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbook, CreateBackup:=False
I have a macro that currently saves and prints the sheet I'm working on. At the moment, it saves everything in the same place and always calls the file the same name.
In the worksheet, a lookup does actually specify what folder it should be saved in and what name it should be given. How can I write the code so that it pulls up the name and the folder directly from the sheet it's saving?
Our small company only has 5 computers in it with mine acting as the "server". I want to put a macro on our customer order forms that all computers can access on the server that will save the file as 3 or 4 cell names serparated by commas and save it in a specific location on the server.
I got the macro to work perfectly on my computer but when I try to type in the appropriate path to the server the file gets saved in their My Documents folder 99% of the time. I did get it to work twice but it seembed to be completely random as it didn't work any of the times before or after.
I am trying to open a website, then for excel to download the csv file, then for it to save it in a specific folder under a specific name and file format (excel).
I am successful at opening the website with the following code, but how to do the rest.
Sub Searchez() Dim IE As Object Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") IE.Navigate "http://quote.morningstar.ca/Quicktakes/stock/keyratios.aspx?t=clwrÂ®ion=USA&culture=en-CA&ops=clear" 'load web page google.com IE.Visible = True While IE.Busy DoEvents Wend
I have the following code which saves a certain sheet to a new workbook and then emails it to a range of cells. The directory the file is saved in is from a cell, and changes depending on certain cells in the workbook. I would like to make it so if the folder it is saving to does not exist, it will create it. If this isn't possible with this set up, I would just like it to display an error message if the folder is not present.
VB: Sub Save_Report() Dim wbName As String Sheets("TELELINK & ITINERARY FORM").Copy
I want to create a macro that will create a new folder called "Fungicide Quotes" under my documents and will save the workbook using the cell reference d4:f4 for the file name, which are merged cells. I have tried the following but can't get it to work. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks
Dim strFilename, strDirname, strPathname, strDefpath As String On Error Resume Next strDirname = "Fungicide Quotes"
strFilename = Range("d4:f4").Value strDefpath = "C:My Documents" If IsEmpty(Filename) Then Exit Sub
I have this existing macro which saves each tab into a separate excel file. However, I'd like for it to also save them together in a new folder using the current month and date (named: QA Files May_05.06.14). The month and date would change according to current month/date. How would I incorporate that into this code? I am not good with macros.
Sub tabname() Dim ws As Worksheet For Each ws In Worksheets ws.Activate ws.Name = Range("D1").Value Next
I currently use the following code to create a duplicate file based on two cells within a directory and folder i specify. These cells consist of the team and week commencing date (mondays date of week which is cell 'Main Menu'!K8)
I have up to 50 workbooks in one folder with data in a specific range. I also have one workbook which includes additional data, including conditional formatting and dropdowns. I need to copy the desired range from the first workbook in the source folder to the second workbook, then save the latter to my destination folder, using the same name as the first. I need to repeat this process for all workbooks in the source folder.
I need creating a macro that i can use in a file that will open all workbooks in a specified folder. Each .xls file has a macro that is slightly different and i want to go to one book and run one macro that will make all macros run.
I have a few similar excel files in a specific folder (for my salesman to report their sales) - let's call those files "working files" I have another file (we'll call it "master file") in a different folder, where I update values in column A - and those values needs to appear in column B in all of the working files. it is necessary that each time the macro is been activate, it will "run over" the existing values in column B in the working files, and insert instead of them the update values from the master file.
I am unable to install a disk catalog and have been trying with no success to try and get something in excel that will look at a directory and display the contents of that folder with the file attributes etc
i have this macro that saves into specific folder dependant on cell values and it works spot on with the exception that my po numbers are like st010,st011,st012 etc etc but when it saves it doesnt have the st in front. ive tried numerous ways but to no avail
I have a list of items in an excel sheet... 500 of them... and there are images for them in an other folder... The problem is those images are in 1000's and I only need those 500 images.. Images are saved as "SKU.jpg eg NS2354.jpg and we have an SKU column in excel as well .. SKU and their images have same name...
Is there any solution to pick up only those 500 images from those thousands of images?
Is it possible to save those 500 images in an other folder?
I've been using this macro to pull data from multiple files, but instead of it creating a new tab, how can I have the macro pull the data and save it on a specific tab name(ex. Comp Stores). Here's the code I have currently.
Private Declare Function SetCurrentDirectoryA Lib _ "kernel32" (ByVal lpPathName As String) As Long Sub ChDirNet(szPath As String) SetCurrentDirectoryA szPath End Sub Sub Combine_Workbooks_Select_Files() Dim MyPath As String
I want a macro that will save a copy of the current file using specific naming convention. My file is called OTR2CMMASTER - I want the macro to save a copy as OTR2CMSAGE(CURRENTMONTH/YEAR). The OTR2 is a named field (ProjectCode) in the workbook.
I have figured out how to save the workbook using a variable to saveas but I would like to create a new folder to place the new workbook into. I have tried a few things a am not having any luck. I recorded a macro and the code it produced is as follows.
I would like to create a code that will open all workbooks in folder "A" one at a time and then close the work book after another code is executed. So one workbook will open and while the workbook is open, I will call another code to format the active workbook and then the active workbook will be saved in folder "B" and closed and go to the next workbook in folder "A" to start all over. The folders are saved on the desktop.
I have a current macro that saves each sheet as their own file. The first 10-15 sheets are not really necessary, so I typically delete them once the macro has run. I am looking to add two things to my current code:
1. Add a tab called Start. Make the macro look for 'Start' tab and then just save each sheet to the right of that as its own file.
2. Save each sheet in the macro as just a copy/paste value. They current have a lot of links and it makes each file close to 3MB. That makes it incredibily difficult to paste all in one email.
Here is the current code:
Sub CreateWorkbooks() 'Creates an individual workbook for each worksheet in the active workbook. Dim wbDest As Workbook Dim wbSource As Workbook Dim sht As Object Dim strSavePath As String On Error GoTo ErrorHandler