macro print to save

I have a macro that prints via a drop-down list.
I want it to save in PDF on this path D: Mareno and not in .PrintOut
thanks in advance.
Sub Impression()
Dim Liste As String, C As Range
With Sheets("Buisness Support")
Liste = .Range("C7").Validation.Formula1
Liste = Right(Liste, Len(Liste) - 1)
For Each C In Range(Liste)
.[C7] = C.Value
Next C
End With
End Sub
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
You need to have a filename for each pdf.
It could be C.Value
Then with a variable for the filename
fName="D:\Mareno\" & C.Value
The expression instead of .PrintOut is

.ExportAsFixedFormat Type:=xlTypePDF, Filename:=fName _
    , Quality:=xlQualityStandard, IncludeDocProperties:=True, IgnorePrintAreas _
    :=False, OpenAfterPublish:=False

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krim rachidAuthor Commented:
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