exporting multiple sheets to be saved as a webpage

kemperohlmeyer

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I have created a very simple code that right now runs through a list of references, pulls the relevant information into our template (ie, calculate) and prints. I need to revise (overhaul) the code so that it does a similar task but now saves each calcualtion as a web page named for the reference and the date it was exported. Can someone please help me get a shell going?

Thanks,
ko

(my uber-simple code is below, it won't help probably)

Sub PRINT_ALL()
For Each c In Range("List4")
Range("A3").Value = c.Value
Calculate
ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintOut Copies:=1, Collate:=True
Next c
End Sub
 

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