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Copy, then email workbook without macro attached

  Asked By: Chisisi    Date: Sep 01    Category: MS Office    Views: 1073
  

I have a workbook with several worksheets and a macro. The macro,
among other things, emails itself to people. Because I don't want to
email a spreadsheet with a macro attached, it creats a copy of
itself, emails that copy, and finally deletes that copy. The
problem is when the receipient opens the emailed spreadsheet, they
get a linking error because some of the spreadsheets contain graphs,
and those graphs are still linking back to the original spreadsheet
as the data source. Is there a way around this, or should I stop
wasting my time?


Code to email workbook:
Private Sub emailSpreadsheet()

ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Copy
ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs ThisWorkbook.Name & " Email version"
ActiveWorkbook.SendMail "xxxxxxx@...", _
"Testing"
ActiveWorkbook.ChangeFileAccess xlReadOnly
Kill ActiveWorkbook.FullName
ActiveWorkbook.Close False

End Sub

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Answer #1    Answered By: Fatih Farooq     Answered On: Sep 01

I think the problem may be that you are saving the active workbook  with a
different name - the equivalent of Save As. You could try copying the file
before opening and making the changes. I think this way the file will maintain
"internal" links.

 
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