Excel/Save to desktop macro
I have a macro problem in excel. I have a workbook with multiple worksheets. Each worksheet has multiple vlookup functions (as well as some calculation formulas). This is an excel file that I maintain and a new updated copy is sent out to our sales force every quarter. They use the file for various things (order sample product, filing complaints, ordering literature, etc.). I already have a "clear form" button placed at the bottom of each page that will clear the form and revert it back to the original blank form. What I would like to do is place a "save" button at the bottom of each page that will allow each of our salesmen to simply click the button and have a copy (of that particular worksheet only) saved to their desktop. I would also need the saved file to sever all ties to the original document (keep the data that they have typed, but remove all formulas). And, if possible, it would be nice if a box popped up and let them know where it is being saved and under what name. Could the name of the file have that days date automatically added also? I've searched the internet, but can't find anything that fits exactly what I need. Please HELP! I am so confused and am at a loss.
Try this,written in XL'07
Change folder location if required.
Dim nm As String, Wbk1 As Workbook, myFile As String, MyDir As String
nm = ActiveSheet.Range("A1") 'names the sheet by whatever is in range A1
MyDir = "C:\Documents and Settings\valued customer\Desktop"
Set Wbk1 = Workbooks.Add(Template:=xlWBATWorksheet)
Wbk1.Worksheets(1).Name = nm
Wbk1.Worksheets(1).Range("A1").PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteAllUsingSourceTheme, Operation:=xlNone _
, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False
myFile = MyDir & Wbk1.Worksheets(1).Name & ".xlsx"
MsgBox myFile & " has been saved to your desktop"
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