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Conclusion Saving Excel workbooks, sheets, charts and ranges as PDF This section contains the base code to save Excel as PDF from different objects workbooks, worksheets, ranges and charts.
The following code saves only the selected cells. ChartObjects "Chart 1". Where a file name is provided, but not a file path, the document saves in your default folder location with the name provided. When the. If a PDF already exists in the save location specified, it will be overwritten. It may be necessary to include file handling procedures to prevent overwriting existing documents and handle errors.
Selecting specific worksheets before saving as PDF If more than one worksheet is active, the PDF created will include all the active sheets. The following code selects multiple worksheets from an array before saving the PDF. Select ActiveSheet. Loop through sheets The following macro loops through each worksheet in the active workbook and saves each as its own PDF. ChartObjects chtObj. These options can be flexed to meet your requirements. It is rarely used in the real world, but is an option if required.
Each of these code snippets on there own are not that impressive. However, when combined with the automated e-mail processes and document control , they are a real time saver.
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This is a very simple and quickest method to export your Excel data to a CSV file. No extra coding required in order to maintain the comma delimiter or double quotes etc. Excel does it by itself. At the same time, this method has some short comings or challenges as well.
Top 4 VBA Methods to Export Excel data as CSV File