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Good Day,

I have an excel a sample excel file. I need to create 100 copy of that sample files, but the file name will be as per list provided below :-

sample abc 1
sample abc 2
sample abc 3
sample abc 99
sample abc 100

could you please help me to resolve ?


Something like this:

Option Explicit

Sub CopyFile()
Dim fNAME As String, fPATH As String, fDESTPATH As String
Dim nmRNG As Range, Nm As Range

    fNAME = "Myfile.xls"
    fPATH = "C:\Path\To\Template\"              'remember the final \ in this string
    fDESTPATH = "C:\Path\To\Write\NewFiles\"    'remember the final \ in this string
    Set nmRNG = ActiveSheet.Range("A:A").SpecialCells(xlConstants)
    For Each Nm In nmRNG
        FileCopy fPATH & fNAME, fDESTPATH & Nm
    Next Nm

End Sub

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