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In Excel, is there an After Save event?

Posted on 2001-08-16
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There's a "Workbook_BeforeSave" event  in Excel that can be trapped to run some VBA code.  Is there any way to do the equivalent _after_ a Save has been completed?
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Just what I wanted!  Thanks!
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ThAnk you.
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The link to the page http://www.rb-ad.dircon.co.uk/rob/excelvba/tips/index.htm does not work anymore. Has anyone got this solution available?
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Rob Bruce seems to have disappeared. All refering links I managed to find in the net are as dead as the a.m. link. He is also not listed under http://www.mvps.org/links.html#Excel anymore. Hope he is well.

As for your question and future users:
The main trick is to use Application Level Events. See http://www.cpearson.com/excel/appevent.htm

If you need more, please ask.
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