Save As A Cell Value MacroJan 2, 2009
I need to make a macro that saves sheet 9 as the text of sheet 9 cell A1 & B2 as a pdf in the directory c:MyFile.
I need to make a macro that saves sheet 9 as the text of sheet 9 cell A1 & B2 as a pdf in the directory c:MyFile.
I am trying to create a macro to run from a form button, within a report, to save a file to a variable file path and name depending on the date value in cell B5.
The format of B5 looks like - 13/08/2014 16:39
The file path has folders for each year in format "yyyy" with each year having sub folders for each month in format "mm".
The file name is just the date only and is formatted "dd.mm.yy" e.g. 13.08.14
I have tried the code below in various permutations but always end up with an error - Method 'SaveAs' of object '_Workbook' failed.
When I click on an image I want to run a macro that does the following:
Save as - PDF
The name of the PDF is to be "Order Confirmation VALUE" the Value is the first 5 numbers of the file name.
So if the file name was 19876 it would save the PDF as Order Confirmation 19876
If this isn't possible can I take a value from a cell?
I usually copy a macros from the net. My problem is I need a macro to copy a worksheet to a new workbook and save it with the name which would come from a cell which is the result of concatenation of two other cells. The macro would need to close the new workbook and revert to the original workbook. Also if it could automatically overwrite the previous copied workbook.View 9 Replies View Related
i have a macro which copies data from each line, based on the row info copied.The current code i have is as follows:
' Macro1 Macro
' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+r[code].....
I need a macro that I will be using for a workbook that has many workseets. I need to save a worksheet "Test1" and save to a path found on worksheet "Test2" cell A1 and make the file name the value of "Test2" cell A2.View 9 Replies View Related
I'm trying to make a macro check if a file has been saved (ever). If so I want the macro to do a regular save (with already esatablished filename and location) before it proceeds with the rest of the macro. If the file hasnt been saved (if it runs from a new workbook) then I want it to pop up the save.as dialog, so that the user can choose the name and location of the file before the macro continues .
The macro itself is saved in personal.xlsx.
I have a command button that runs a save macro to which I added cell validation the message box comes up and what I want it to do is go to the cell that is blankView 2 Replies View Related
I need to be able to save a workbook by running a marco and it save the file automatically by pulling what ever the value of cell A1 is.
Ex: I want to run the macro and it save my excel workbook in C:Documents as (Value of Cell A1) What code would you put into Visual Basic.
I'm trying to have a macro that opens the save as window, places the name in cell f5 and then allows you to save the workbook with cell f5 as the filename. I have managed to get the save as window to come up and the cell f5 as the name, but when I press save is doesn't. Here is what I have (also, is there a way to direct this to a specific folder).View 4 Replies View Related
I recorded a macro to save my file as PDF and assigned the macro to a button. Easy. Now I would like to change my macro to pause when the file is saving to allow the user to enter a file name. If that is not possible, I'd like to reference a cell to use as the file name. I have gone through other posts and tried changing my macro, but always get an error. I am using Excel 2010. Following is my code for saving to pdf.
' SavePDF Macro
I'm trying to record a macro that calls up the saveas dialogue and uses a filename from a cell (it's the w/c date). I can start recording the macro, open the dialogue box and copy the contents of the cell but i can't get it to paste as the filname.
What I'm trying to achieve is to allow users of a muli-sheet workbook to be able to click on a 'save' button on any sheet and have the workbook save with a filename which includes the current week commencing date. This way all the weeks changes will be in just one file and from the following monday a new file will be started the the old one left alone as an archive.
have seen macros that create a seperate sheet & save by tab number etc, & wonder if its possible to save each sheet in a workbook as the value defined in each sheets cell A2. is there a vb macro available to do that ? if so where ?View 9 Replies View Related
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I need to add a code in this sheet so when one opens it from the email, with a command button to be able to save the file to specific, fixed folder on the local network with itís original file name.
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)View 7 Replies View Related
My spreadsheet has 32 worksheets, I've recorded a macro to do the job "save, save as with specific name", but what I want is, when save as, I wanted the file name increase in one number, and the date in a specific range "H8:J8" the date should be the next saturday.
here is part of the code.
on this example I want the file saved as "PrA4W05.xls", being the next week "PrA4W06.xls", and so on.
and on "H8:J8" the next saturday.
I would like a macro to be able to save 26 tabs within the one document to individual PDFs.Preferably I would like to be able to specify each time exactly which tabs get printed, because often I don't need to print all 26, just the first 10 or so.I would like each PDF to automatically be named with the value in cell E10 of each tab.E10 already has a formula to create its final value. It references cells from other tabs within the same document. Hopefully the fact that this cell has a formula in it won't affect my ability to use the resulting value as a 'save as' reference?I would like it if the PDFs save to the same location as the Excel sheet from which they're generated is located. The location of the excel sheet will change every three months, so I'd prefer not to specify a location with a specific filepath, as it will have changed by the time I run the macro again.
I am using Excel 2010.
I have created a macro in excel 2010 which enable the file to save (extract) data into separate location and name. The vba code for macro is as follows: Question: How can I save this workbook with reference to the value containing in cell B2? (it is named temporary now - as defined in the code)
' aaa Macro
I have two workbooks open. I need to "Save As" and close workbook 2 with a file name from a cell in Workbook 1. The macro is running from workbook 1.
I'm guessing a change in the last line. I don't know what Dim means either.
Dim FName As String
Dim FPath As String
FPath = "G:"
FName = Sheets("sheet 1").Range("A1").Text
ThisWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=FPath & "" & FName
I am trying to make a save&close workbook macro.
I found several examples on google, but unfortunatly it conflicts with another macro I use for forceing users to enable macros (hide all sheets except one if macros are disabled).
The attached file is an example contaning the save&close code and the show/hide sheets depending on macros enabled.
If the file is opened with macros disabled then only one sheet will be visible.
If the file is opened with macros enabled other sheets are visible.
The problem if that this code uses a custom save, witch makes the save&close not save... (in module1 and in ThisWorkbook)
The pourpose of the save&close is to make sure some users don't forget the excel open and thus block access to it. So if a certain idele time passes excel has to save and close without any confirmation messages.
I have a VB set up that "Save As" the SHEET, with name based on the contents of a particular cell. - which works perfectly.
I then have another VB setup to save new file as a PDF.
The issue I'm coming across is that it is saving the PDF as the original excel workbook's name, not the new "Save As" name
Sample.xls has contents in Cell A1, when Macro activated it saves the active sheet as a new file with the contents of A1 as its name. Lets say Bob.xls
Sample.XLS also has another Macro, which when activated, saves as a PDF.
This macro is carried over to the newly created bob.xls
Issue is, it is saving bob.xls's PDF, as sample.pdf.
Anyway I can get it to save as bob.pdf without having to create a new macro every time?
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I simply use a formula to show a 1 in column H.
What I would like to do is sum let's say rows 5:58 and it H59 is below let's say 5 that sheet is not saved as a PDF.
I looked for awhile for a if.then macro that might solve my question, did not see anything that fit.
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I will be re-using that workbook it just saved again, and I want to have the same macro there as well (that it should save my workbook as workbook and every worksheet as a separate txt file).
In My sheet I would like to check to make sure col 15 is true before going through the process of adding the contents of each row from col 6 - 10 to column 5. (Col 5 could already contain values)
This is my
Private Sub Workbook_ThisWorkbook(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, cancel As Boolean)
BeginRow = 8
EndRow = 87
ChkCol = 15
BeginCol = 6
EndCol = 10
For RowCnt = BeginRow To EndRow
If Cells(RowCnt, ChkCol).Value = True Then
For RowCnt = BeginRow To EndRow
Cells(RowCnt, 5).Value = Cells(RowCnt, 5).Value + Cells(RowCnt, ColCnt).Value
when I record a macro in excel and assign it to a command button, it does not save and have to keep recording it when I open up the workbook again. I notice when i close out of the script editor after saving, the debugger box does not pop up when on most occassions it does.
This does not happen all the time, just some of the time which makes absolutely no sense to me. I have double checked to make sure the module is saved under the current workbook, i have tried saving the script to my personal macro workbook (XLSTART), i have tried saving the file on a shared drive and my desktop, but nothing seems to work. The workbook is not protected and am at a complete loss.
so i can save the macro and try (usually unsuccessfully) to change it.
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I have a problem in saving multiple pdfs from excel. I am posting a sheet here. First sheet has the employee details. Second sheet have the template for payslip. My aim is to save pdfs of templates of all the employee in the list using a macro.
currently i am doing it as
1. In sheet 2, I lookup each employee using the serial number of employees at the top left corner cell of the template.
2. Once the details are updated in sheet 2 i save it as pdf in my desktop.
The problem with recording macro and looping is that the pdfs are overwritting and the last pdf alone is saved. i could not find how to change the pdf name for every loop.
I need a macro that will save the range of cells with values as a pdf and saved as the sheet name. I have a macro that does a print preview function based on the cells that contain values. It works great, but instead I just need this to be saved as a pdf.
This is what I have:
I have quite a few macro's saved on my personal xls file. Anyway for me to save them with the current date to a specific folder?
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My data currently looks like this:
A B C D
(A, B, C, D & E is row 1.)
What I would like the macro to do is copy each column to it's own unique spreadsheet and save it as a .csv. The first spreadsheet becomes:
A.csv and contains only this data:
The second spreadsheet is called B.csv and contains only:
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the code below saves it to the correct folder but does not save it under the name typed in cell "I5" (it saves it under "false" now)
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename = "Z:ESTIMATES 2.xls" & Range("I5").Value & ".XLS"