Save worksheets with array

I want to save the specified worksheets into a new workbook along with tables, charts and shapes. The issue I'm having is that I am getting an error "Subscript out of range" on the code line Sheets`(Array("Table 1", "Oval 2", "Chart 1"))`. I need help to make the program functional.

Sub SavSheets()
 Dim InitFileName As String, fileSaveName As String
 fileSaveName = "C:\mydir\Save_graphic_sheet1.xlsx"
 Sheets(Array("Table 1", "Oval 2", "Chart 1")).Copy
 Set wbNew = ActiveWorkbook
  With wbNew
    .SaveAs fileSaveName
    .Close
  End With
End Sub

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Rgonzo1971Commented:
HI,
("Table 1", "Oval 2", "Chart 1")). are elements on the sheet 1 not sheets

pls try
Sub SavSheets()
 Dim InitFileName As String, fileSaveName As String
 fileSaveName = "C:\mydir\Save_graphic_sheet1.xlsx"
 Sheets("Sheet1").Copy
 Set wbNew = ActiveWorkbook
  With wbNew
    .SaveAs fileSaveName
    .Close
  End With
End Sub

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