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In Microsoft Excel, you can save a file to any drive to which you have write and delete privileges. In addition, you can use a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro to save the active workbook and use a variable for the file name. You can use variables from the ActiveWorkbook.Name property, from input box data, or from a cell reference.
NOTE: If you use the full path for the file name, Microsoft Excel will know exactly where to save the file. If the path is not given, Microsoft Excel will save the file to the currently active directory or folder.
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Sample Macro 1Save the active workbook with a variable to a specified path. To do this, use the following macro:
Sample Macro 2Use a file name stored in a cell and save the file to the network server. To do this, use the following macro:
Article ID: 213641 - Last Review: January 24, 2007 - Revision: 5.1