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As-Salam Alaikom.

I'am using excell 2007 .


I  have userform to open specefic workbook and entry data on it.  I want after entry data in specefic sheet then Save a that sheet in (C:\file)  and manuel name..  

Saved file only data without format. ( formulaire)

:)

Any Idea?  

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by:ste5an
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Well, it's hard to tell what you all need:

Sheets("SheetName").Range("A1").Value = "Some text"
ActiveWorkbook.Save "Path\Filename.xlsx")

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by:Nassim am
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Hi again..  I already fill data in tablr only i want the save as buttom should open thz dialog file on (C:\file) where to to save it and  user write the name of file...
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by:Koen
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opening the save as dialog is the easy part...

Application.GetSaveAsFilename

this instruction will do that...the question is, how/when do you want this to happen ?
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by:Nassim am
ID: 41825341
Thx Koen.

My userform is simple

1 buttom to fill data in specifi cells

.Range("a1").value = textbox1.value

2- buttom to print the sheet

Sheets("test").PrintOut

3- buttom to save as the sheet As an archive in c:\file

( save as specefic sheet (test)  with saveas dialog wich give me the permessn to choose where to save and file name)
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by:Koen
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so, when you create the button it prompts you for a macro, click new and the developer window will open on a macro Sub ButtonX_Click() where X is a number dependent of the number of buttons you have.

In the macro write
Application.GetSaveAsFilename

done !

Sub Button1_Click()

    Application.GetSaveAsFilename

End Sub

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by:Nassim am
ID: 41830182
#Koen

It open the saveas dialog but when i save the file..  It doesn't apper in the distination


Can i declare wish sheet to save as??  

For excamplr..  Sheeet1 . Sheet2 . Sheet3

Can i make the button saveas only the sheet3 ??
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by:Nassim am
ID: 41830416
The first command is

Sheets("test").Printout

I want after printing this sheet.. Saving it :)
automaticly after printung or in auther button..  The both is accepted
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by:Koen
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calling the save dialog from code is the same as when you hit the button... If you select a folder and save it there, it should show up afterwards...

then, next, you have to decide... either we call the save dialog box (giving the user the possibility to save however and where ever he wants) or we save it through code, where you decide what will be save and where it will be saved.

you can save only one sheet (or a selection of sheets), you can also move it to a new book (to get rid of the macro's) and save that one...

let me know what exactly you want...
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Here is how I usually handle the saving of one or more sheets (and losing the macro's):

Dim MySheetNames() as string    'array to hold the sheet names

MySheetNames(0)= Firstsheet
MySheetNames(1)= secondsheet 'you have to put the value in somewhere in your code

' copy sheets and save
Sheets(MySheetNames).Select
MyFilename = "All Project Fiches " & Format(Date, "yyyymmdd") & ".xlsx"
Sheets(MySheetNames).Copy
Workbooks("originalfilewithcode.xlsm").Close
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=MyFilename, FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbook, CreateBackup:=False

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by:Koen
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I think it's fair tot say that I answered the question...
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by:Nassim am
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Sorry i lost connection for lo'g time brother..  Thank you very mush :) Allah bless you :)
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