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in a folder named after B2
and
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pad$ = Application.DefaultFilePath
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Code:

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Code:

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Private Sub CommandButton3_Click()
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HTML Code: 

Sub PDF()
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HTML Code: 

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Blue

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Yellow

Orange

Green

Gray

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see the code below

Code:

Sub saveandprint()
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[URL]

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