Macro to save at title

Dumb_Question

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Hi !
How would I create a macro That save workbook at title sheet with cursor hidden behind the logo.

Thank you in anticipation.
 

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tactps

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Welcome!

If your logo is in cell A1 on "Title Sheet" tab (note - untested, but should work):

Sub macro()
Sheets ("Title Sheet").Select
Range("A1").Select
ActiveWorkbook.Save
End Sub
 
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