SaveAs Vba Excel 2010

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I have a excel 2010 .xlsm workbook that I have a button on to "export" data.

I am doing this by using the

ThisWorkbook.SaveCopyAs (filename)

Command and then removing the Sheets that are not required.

The file saves ok but then when I try and open the export, when either xls or xlsx or csv I get an error saying that the file is "in a different format than the file extension. Verify that the file is not corrupted and is from a trusted source before opening the file.

I. was going to remove all macros code from ThisWorkbook to get around this but am struggling to do that too as I get a "Programmatic access to Visual Basic Project is not trusted"

Sub removecode()
ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VbComponents("ThisWorkbook").CodeModule.DeleteLines 1,ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VbComponents("ThisWorkbook").CodeModule.CountofLines
End sub

Can someone help me with the logic or the code.

Many thanks.
jay_waughAsked:
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crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:
to solve the trust issue:

File > Options > Trust Center

click the Trust Center Settings command button

on left sidebar: Macro Settings
check --> Trust access to the VBA project object model
Excel amusantCommented:
Navigate to File Tab, and then click Excel Options--> Trust Center -->Trust Center Settings --> Privacy Options.

Clear the Check Office documents that are from or link to suspicious Web sites check box.

and

Navigate to File Tab--> Options-->Trust Center --> Trust Center Settings --> Trusted Locations.

Click Add new location.

Click Browse to find the folder you wish to add as trusted location, select the folder, and then click OK.
jay_waughAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the feedback. Sadly I don't seem to have the rights to

"Click Add new location."

Is that the only option?

Down a similar route I am struggling to code the below can you assist? I keep getting an error saying

Compile error: Expected:=

pathfilename = "c:\temp\output"

ThisWorkbook.SaveAs (Pathfilename,xlExcel12,,,False,false,xlNoChange,xlUserResolution,false,,true)

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jay_waughAuthor Commented:
Was a simple case of removing the brackets to get the code to work.

ThisWorkbook.SaveAs Pathfilename, xlExcel12
crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:
thanks for sharing your solution, Jay ~

remember to only use parentheses (which might also be called brackets) if you are handling a return value.  When you are just issuing a command, like Save, you do NOT use parentheses  ~ only commas to separate parameters.  

Only use parentheses if you are handling a return value. For example, this does not use parentheses since no return value is being handled:
MsgBox "Just saying something, all you can do is press OK"

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On the other hand, this use is testing a return value so parentheses are needed around the arguments:
if MsgBox("Do you want to do this?", vbYesNo, "My Title") = vbYes then
   'blah blah
end if

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 Each individual parameter CAN have parentheses around it.  I find it best, however, to evaluate everything first and only use variables in the actual statement to save, thus alleviating the need to prioritize execution with parentheses.
jay_waughAuthor Commented:
Good training tips
crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:
thanks, Jay, and you're welcome ~
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