Converting all formula in sheet/workbook to current values

JamieDuncan

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I have a macro that copies a single sheet to a new workbook saves the new workbook and then closes it, but when the new workbook is reopened its cells are still aimed at the original workbook.

Is there a way to convert all formula into their current values before saving, i am guessing it'll appear just after the activesheet.copy line but i dont know how to code this or even if it is possible.
 

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btadams

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you'll probably need to change a line like

Activesheet. Paste

with

Activesheet. PasteSpecial xlValues
 

Andrew Poulsom

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Something like this?

Code:
With ActiveSheet
   .Cells.Copy
   .Cells(1, 1).PasteSpecial xlValues
End With
 

JamieDuncan

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I didnt know pastespecial worked on formulas too, have used it before to get rid of links,

Thanks very much!
 

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