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In a previous question about bringing up an Open dialog box was answered by a simple code using a common dialog instance and having a command button call "CommonDialog1.showopen".... Could this be used for a saving common dialog? (ie - commondialog1.showsave?)
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Yes.

Although the major difference between .ShowOpen and .ShowSave are in the headings.

Neither actually does anything other than pass back file names to your code.

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