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VBA - working with files videos | Excel VBA Part 24 - File Dialogs
Posted by Andrew Gould on 11 March 2014
Using FileDialogs in VBA provides a convenient method for selecting files and folders and performing useful actions on them. This video covers how to use the standard FileOpen and SaveAs dialogs, and how to perform their default actions. The video also covers the use of the FilePicker and FolderPicker dialogs and how to use FileSystemObjects to process a collection of selected files to perform actions such as copying files to another folder.
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hi can you please share the excel.
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Ok Andrew thanx no issues
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