Macro to save multiple tabs into pdfs and email it to specific addresses taken from cells.

excelbeginner2021

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
I have a workbook in Excel that has multiple tabs. I have a macro that will save all the tabs as a PDF. I would like to add, that the name of the pdf is taken from a particular cell (a1), plus email it via outlook to a specific address in cell (a2).

This is the code I am currently using;

Sub SaveWorksheetAsPDF()



Dim ws As Worksheet



For Each ws In Worksheets



ws.ExportAsFixedFormat xlTypePDF, "C:\Desktop\1010" & ws.Name & ".pdf"



Next ws







End Sub


Can you help me please?
 

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