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I have a UserForm in which i have inserted a CommandButton. I also have a Table on a Sheet in Excel that i would like to save as PDF.

When i click the CommandButton on the UserForm i would like the SaveAs screen to come up and have the Table (or Used Range in the Excel Sheet) as the selection to be Saved as .PDF format.

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