Path not found, but the folders do exist
[code] Sub toPDF() ' This will copy a specified range('s) from ws1 & ws2 to ws3. ' Now you can...
I believe the problem is that you are not getting the sFileName from the original workbook. So I have added ActiveWorkbook.Save...
Hello Ready2go This may only answer some of your question. The macro below will create a PDF file of Sheet2....
Dear Hyside2, I really appreciate your cooperation and helpful answer. Thanks so much.
Try this instead =IFERROR(LEFT(B1,FIND(" ",B1)-1),B1) [img alt_text='' description='']http://vbaf1.com/q/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/givenname.png[/img]
I am not sure if this is what you are looking for but test it out anyway. [img alt_text='' description='']http://vbaf1.com/q/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/1-2.png[/img]...
Oh! Please try this. You will need to change "Book1" on the line that reads (oFilename="Book1") to the name of...
Code for Command Button ( Export)
Source sheet: Data from active workbook Sheet name Export.
Destination to be new workbook and also to ask user, to save it in location as required by user.
Here is the code to Export a worksheet to required folder:
strFilePath = "C:\test.xlsx" ' FilePath nd name to save the file
You can call this procedure in your command button click event procedure as shown below:
before trying this, requirement is to ask from user the location to save file ?
Could you share the code for that also ? Thanks.
Error message after running the code.
Pls suggest further.
Refer the VBA for Save dialog box in the below article and implement in your macro.
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