Saving in a new working book VBA

Minato5972

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  1. 2019
  2. 2016
Sub Saving(ws As Worksheet)


Dim dt As String
Dim wbNam As String
Dim sFileSaveName As Variant

wbNam = "Salesforecast_"
dt = Format(CStr(Now), "dd_mm_yyy_hh_mm_ss")



sFileSaveName = Application.GetSaveAsFilename(InitialFileName:=wbNam & dt, fileFilter:="Excel Files (*.xlsm), *.xlsm")

If sFileSaveName <> False Then
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs sFileSaveName
End If


End Sub


Above code is doing the job but i want only one particular sheet named "Forecast" from it, but it is saving all the sheets present in my current workbook
 

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