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    Saving data in excel in a word file

    Guys,

    I have few tables in a excel workbook named "profit calc". I want to open a new word document in the name of " profit of+(current month)" and copy those tables to word file and save it in my D:\ drive.
    current month is stated in cell E3 in "sheet1" of excel file.

    How can do this by using a macro or a vba code?

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    Re: Saving data in excel in a word file

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