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The following example allows you to save the active worksheet in a Microsoft Excel workbook to the Microsoft Excel 4.0 Worksheet file format by default. Note that this example can easily be modified to save a workbook to any desired file format by default.
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To Create the Procedure
For a list of the different FileFormat properties that you can use, choose the Search button in the Visual Basic Reference and type:
To Add the Procedure to a Menu
To Create the Add-in
In Microsoft Excel for the Macintosh, you can copy the file to the 'Excel Startup Folder (5)' folder located in the System Folder:Preferences folder (System 7.0 or later) or the System Folder (System 6.0).
For more information about the SaveAs Method, choose the Search button in the Visual Basic Reference and type:
Article ID: 125270 - Last Review: September 13, 2013 - Revision: 2.3
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