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Is there away in which I can set a macro button so that when the user clicks it, they can set which directory/folder they want to use?

I've tried using this but it's not exactly what I'm after

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Application.Dialogs(xlDialogOpen).Show
 

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Do a search for "BrowseForFolder". You will find examples galore!
 

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