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I am running excel 2013. I have an excel file that has a VB micro that converts the excel file to a text with fixed width. When i run the script i get an error and i cant figure out why its causing the error.  The code is attached and the highlighted area is line causing the error.
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If you have error 75, you have no access to root folder of drive c:. Try to add some folder and allow write access and change path to saved file to this folder
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