Macro Limiting Save As File Types

TU2005

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I have spent the majority of my day trying every applicable macro I could find on the Internet and altering it for my needs with no success. If anyone here could help me I would be so grateful!

I have an Excel file with which I want to limit the Save As option to 3 file types that the different users of this workbook use for different reasons. They are xlsm, xltm and pdf.

I have been able to get xlsm alone to work with a few of the macros I have found but I run into trouble when I try to add the other two file types.

Anybody have any ideas?

Thanks so much!
 

Joe4

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It might be good to post the code that you do have, so we can see it, and, maybe we can build off of it.

I am thinking maybe a BeforeSave event procedure VBA code that checks to see what they selected, and if it meets your criteria.
 

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