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Use Application object to save a workbook as a new file


Public Sub SaveSpecificWorkbook1()
  Call Application.ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs("temp1.xls")
  Application.Workbooks("temp1.xls").SaveAs ("copy of temp1.xls")
End Sub


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