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Split Excel report and save separate Workbooks to respective locations

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    Split Excel report and save separate Workbooks to respective locations

    I'm trying to figure out a way to modify my macro so it can use another Workbook with a list of file locations to save in the respective location. This macro below splits a large report file into separate files based on common values in column A. These values are location codes that are also in column A in my other Workbook containing the file folder locations in column C.
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    I receive these reports daily and have to manually put each file into their dropbox locations, which I imagine can be done easily with a little more code. I'm stumped. I've tried another while loop and if statements. Ideally, I will open my report file, open the macro file, open the dropbox file, run the macro and the file will split up and go to their respective locations.
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    Re: Split Excel report and save separate Workbooks to respective locations

    My suggestion is to add a VLOOKUP formula to your rngCrit in the next column so that as each value is evaluated, the path will be right next to it and easy to use. Something like this:
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    The VBA version of that VLOOKUP formula would obviously need you to edit the path and sheet name to the other workbook to get the references to appear properly.
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