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About Saving a Workbook with a Macro
About Saving a Workbook with a Macro
Normally, saving an Excel workbook is a pretty straightforward thing: you activate the
Save command (typically by either clicking the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar
or pressing Ctrl+S), call up the familiar Save As window, assign a name to the workbook,
and decide where you want to save it (see Figure 11–5).
Figure 11–5. You’ve seen it all before: What you see when you save a workbook for the first time. Note the
default Excel Workbook selection by “Save as type.”
But when you begin to save a workbook containing a macro, something else happens.
1.
Start the save process, and when you click Save, you’ll see the message
shown in Figure 11–6.
Figure 11–6. You’ll see this message when you try to save a workbook containing a macro.
 
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