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Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

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    Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

    Hi All,

    !! Good Morning !!

    Require your assistance to create a macro for below.

    - To copy a active worksheet to a new work book. Rename the same as "Input" in New workbook.
    - Insert a new sheet and rename the same as "Output" in the above new New workbook.

    Thank you
    Shan

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    Re: Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

    Hi, Shan,

    maybe try
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    Re: Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

    Hi,
    Thank you.

    Its correctly coping the data as well change the sheet name to "Input".

    The only thing is that the "Output" sheet I want in the New workbook where "Input" file is.

    But macro is creating a "Output" file in original workbook.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

    Hi, Shan,

    if you copy a worksheet over to a new workbook that new workbook automaticly becomes the ActiveWorkbook. And any further action would rely on the ActiveWorkbook if not being explicitely being routed to a different workbook. What you descrtiobed should only happen if you run the code in single step and activate the starting workbook within the code.

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    Re: Macro to copy the active sheet to new workbook and rename

    Thank you Sir...

    This code is working fine.

    Thank you so much.

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