For a sheet that many non-expert users will use on different systems I need a macro that let's them save, print and send the results of their work. So I made a macro that makes a copy of only 1 sheet of the workbook and saves it with a given name to a given location. The problem is that I want a location prompt to ask the user where they want the file saved, while giving/suggesting them a fixed filename. A lot of different users will make and use their sheets so I need a certain naming policy to manage all the files. (date, location, etc)
I have a spreadsheet that from a button I want to run a macro that will input todays date, the value in cell A1 as the filename into a default dialog box that is at a default file path. I have been trying to do this for several hours and can not completely get it done.
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'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.
I am attempting to write an Excel macro that will be stored in a file called MacroFile. The purpose of the macro is to
1. Follow a hyperlink to an Excel file saved in a SharePoint type enviroment 2. Save the file to my laptop directory My Documents.
Below is the code I have written. The code is following the hyperlink and saving a file but is the focus file is incorrect.
Here is what happens:
1. Open up MacroFile and run macro 2. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_1.xls is opened 3. File NewFile_1 is saved but contains the info from MacroFile 4. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_2.xls is opened 5. File NewFile_2 is saved but contains the info from LinkedFile_1 6. Hyperlinked file LinkedFile_3.xls is opened 7. File NewFile_3 is saved but contains the info from LinkedFile_2
The files created are named correctly but have the wrong data in them. I need to know how to control which file is considered ActiveWorkbook.
I have a workbook with approximately 30 worksheets. This workbook already has a massive macro that I've written. I'd like to write a code that will take a designated worksheet, check to see if there is data in cell A2, if so, save it as a new workbook.
The name of the workbook should be predetermined, for example "SIA April(Previous Month) 2008(Current Year) P-Card Import Template.xls" The months and years will need to change.
The file to save it in will also change monthly- for example- G:PCard DirectoryCloses2008 ClosesApril(previous month) 2008(current year)
Sorry that I'm very new in Excel VBA coder. And, for this topic, I don't even know how to start. I want to make a MS Excel database of a numerous files. This database must be consist of Filename, Location, and it's attribute (let's say updated date, size, hidden status)
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'd like to add a "save as" function into an existing macro that would automatically save my worksheet in a network folder using a filename and today's date (no slashes). I have read several other posts with a similar Q, but mostly what I am finding is answers with a very "situation specific" copy/paste-able macro.
Currently I have information that includes numerous distributors information on one sheet. The code below separates each distributors information into a new tab and a new workbook, names the workbook and saves it in the specified file path.
I am trying to figure out a way to use an InputBox to popup and ask the user where all the new workbooks will be saved at. Thus, avoiding the need to change the code each time you want the new workbooks saved in a different folder .....
I have a spreadsheet that has hyperlinks in it and is mostly protected to prevent changes. Is there a way to prevent the "save changes" dialog box from appearing when this file is closed as I have to make this file available to others and don't want them to get this message or make save any changes.
Save my workbook Then Open the SaveAs box with the path already pointing to a specific directory and with the Name and file format already entered (.xls)
This is basically to save time navigating through our folder structure (which is a real mess). I don't want to automatically saveas the file as the target folder will change each month and the last part of the file name will chance (month). So I'd like a bit of flexibility rather than total automation.
How to save a file onto the computer using VBA. The code template below that I found on another forum seems promising, except when I go to the desktop to access it, the .csv file has what looks like the page's source code instead of the actual file I want. This may be because when I go to the url, it doesn't automatically download the file; rather, I am asked to save the file to a certain location (since I don't know the path name of the uploaded file on the site).
Is there any way to alter this code to accommodate this, or will I have to use a different code entirely?
VB: Sub Test() Dim FileNum As Long Dim FileData() As Byte Dim MyFile As String Dim WHTTP As Object
I've recorded this code and am looking to include it in a button. I would like for when a user clicks the button assinged macro that the active sheet is cloned and saved as a CSV file. The user should be prompted before saving on where (file location) they'd like to save the file.
Sub CloneWorksheet() ' ' CloneWorksheet Macro ' ' Sheets("SDW&Customer Workshop scheduled").Select Sheets("SDW&Customer Workshop scheduled").Copy ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _ "C:Documents and Settings1167916My DocumentsTestBook1.csv", FileFormat:= _ xlCSV, CreateBackup:=False End Sub
I want to create a macro that when executed changes the name of "File1" to "File1 - Edited 8-9-2012". With the date being today's date (variable). This file is going to be emailed to someone who will then execute this macro.
Is there a way to prompt the Save As window with the updated file name so the user can save the file where ever he/she wants?
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.