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I have a macro that copy one sheet of the Active workbook and sends it via email.

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I have a folder called "Report" at C: and inside this folder there are 12 folder named from 1 to 12 ("1","2",...,"12")

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i.e. if the date in this cell is 8/12/2012 .. then save my file in C:Report12*.xlsm

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Code:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
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So what i need now is what to insert after C:Report

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