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    Open the last saved file paste in master file"

    My coding is completed "Combine the latest workbook saved in multiple folders in to master file". but i need last saved file to be action - "Open the last saved file paste in master file"... any one help me on this
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    Re: Open the last saved file paste in master file"

    Welcome to the forum.

    Please update your forum profile Excel version to 365 (there is no such version as 360).

    Please provide the code that you are using.
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    Re: Open the last saved file paste in master file"

    Thanks.. i will change it for 365.. Please refer bellow code

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    Re: Open the last saved file paste in master file"

    Administrative Note:

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    Re: Open the last saved file paste in master file"

    Hello Ali, I am new for this forum.. i will learn this. Thanks

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