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Open(My Split(N)) On Error Go To 0 '''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''' Msg Box "Mac code ''''" ''''''''''''''''''''''''' If Not mybook Is Nothing Then Msg Box "You open this file : " & My Split(N) & vb New Line & _ "And after you press OK it will be closed" & vb New Line & _ "without saving, replace this line with your own code." mybook.
Close Save Changes:=False End If Else Msg Box "We skipped this file : " & My Split(N) & " because it Is already open." End If Next N With Application . Enable Events = True End With End If End Sub Function b Is Book Open(By Ref sz Book Name As String) As Boolean ' Contributed by Rob Bovey On Error Resume Next b Is Book Open = Not (Application. The truth is that I've tried those ones at the website you directed me to but none worked!
The silly code I presented in the Screen Updating Demonstration just numbers cells. Screen Updating=False are presented below: Ryan Wells is a Nuclear Engineer and professional VBA Developer.
He is the lead developer of several VBA applications, including PDF VBA - a leading Excel Add-in for exporting Excel Objects, like charts and tables, to PDFs.
Microsoft fixed a few bugs but there are still a lot of bugs to fix, so I will update the code when needed. Select Msg Box "You find the PDF files in this location : " & Folderstring & "/" & Fstr With Application . Enable Events = True End With End Sub Function Create Folderin Mac Office2016(Name Folder As String) As String Dim Office Folder As String Dim Path To Folder As String Dim Test Str As String Office Folder = Mac Script("return POSIX path of (path to desktop folder) as string") Office Folder = Replace(Office Folder, "/Desktop", "") & _ "Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.
The code will create a folder in the Office folder to save the PDF files in, read the info on this page why I use a folder in that location. Office/" Path To Folder = Office Folder & Name Folder On Error Resume Next Test Str = Dir(Path To Folder, vb Directory) On Error Go To 0 If Test Str = vb Null String Then Mk Dir Path To Folder End If Create Folderin Mac Office2016 = Path To Folder End Function For creating mails with VBA code with the PDF attached we must copy the script file that you also find in the downloads below in the correct location, there is a script file for Mac Mail and one for Mac Outlook 2016.
Below you can find example VBA code to save as PDF in Excel 2016. 'Also the parameters are not working like in Win Excel. Export As Fixed Format Type:=xl Type PDF, File Name:= _ File Path Name, Quality:=xl Quality Standard, _ Include Doc Properties:=True, Ignore Print Areas:=False End If Next sh ASheet.'Also the parameters are not working like in Win Excel. Export As Fixed Format Type:=xl Type PDF, File Name:= _ File Path Name, Quality:=xl Quality Standard, _ Include Doc Properties:=True, Ignore Print Areas:=False Msg Box "You find the PDF file in this location : " & File Path Name End Sub Sub Save Selection As PDFIn2016() Set Source = Nothing On Error Resume Next Set Source = Selection. Excel (if it exists; if not create this folder) note: Capital letter E Copy the script file from the download inside this folder Mac Outlook 2016 : Download example to Save and mail a PDF with Mac Outlook 2016 (13-March-2017) For more Mac Outlook 2016 mail code visit this page for examples files and Add-in (13-March-2017) Mac Mail : Note: I update the mail as PDF code for Mac Mail below also soon when i have time Download example to Save and mail a PDF with Apple Mail (1-May-2016) Will update it soon Download the example workbook below with a few example macro's to create and mail PDF's in Excel 2011. There are Mail examples in the workbook for Apple Mail and Outlook 2011.Special Cells(xl Cell Type Visible) On Error Go To 0 If Source Is Nothing Then Msg Box "The source is not a range or the sheet is protected, " & _ "please correct and try again.", vb OKOnly Exit Sub End If If Active Window. Count 1 Then Msg Box "An Error occurred :" & vb New Line & vb New Line & _ "You have more than one sheet selected." & vb New Line & _ "You only selected one cell." & vb New Line & _ "You selected more than one area." & vb New Line & vb New Line & _ "Please correct and try again.", vb OKOnly Exit Sub End If With Application . Download example file : Note: Fixed a bug that it not attach the pdf to the mail when you use El Capitan as OS X. Screen Updating property is useful when running macros that jump from cell to cell, sheet to sheet, and workbook to workbook. Screen Updating to False stops your screen from flickering (refreshing) as your macro runs.in Line 2 to see what happens when you don’t disable screen updating.