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Saving Multiple Worksheets as Separate CSV Files to Specific Location

Posted on 2015-02-06
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The current code I have is working, however how do I add a specific location that I want the csv files saved to?

The location is "H:\Touchstone"

Sub SAVEASCSV()
Dim ws As Worksheet, newWb As Workbook
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
For Each ws In Sheets(Array("CONTRACT", "LOC", "REINS"))
   ws.Copy
   Set newWb = ActiveWorkbook
   With newWb
      .SAVEAS ws.Name, xlCSV
            .Close (False)
   End With
Next ws
Application.ScreenUpdating = True

End Sub

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Question by:kateebebe
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Sub SAVEASCSV()
Dim ws As Worksheet, newWb As Workbook, savePath as string
savePath=H:\Touchstone\" 'Variable to store the path to the folder you want to save files in.
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
For Each ws In Sheets(Array("CONTRACT", "LOC", "REINS"))
   ws.Copy
   Set newWb = ActiveWorkbook
   With newWb
      .SAVEAS savePath & ws.Name, xlCSV 'Concatenate the path and workbook name
       .Close (False)
   End With
Next ws
Application.ScreenUpdating = True

End Sub

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by:kateebebe
ID: 40594194
That didn't work.  It continues to save in the last place I did a save as csv, but now it renames the saved files as H:\touchstoneContract.csv

ps.  There is a " missing right after the savepath above in your code.
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by:kateebebe
ID: 40594221
It is actually working now.  Sorry.  Your code is correct, just have to add the ".  

Thank you!!
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