Save with a time stamp

davidhall80

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Does anyone know how to save with a timestamp. I want to save a workbook and name it "complete", but i want it to have a timestamp on it.
 

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Dufus

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davidhall80,

The f ile will automatically have the time and date attribute assigned by Windows when you save it. Does that help?

Dufus
 

davidhall80

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I know there's a file property which records the file creation date, but the reason that I want the time stamp saved in the file name is because I dont want to save over any previous files that i have in that folder with the same name.
 

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