Hi Migle / Youssef - I don't have this setup - but I believe it is the same - just now supports .xlsx - in the past - it would create a .xlsx - but there would be an error opening the file. Can you give it a try using the extension .xlsx and let us know?
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but I believe it is the same - just now supports .xlsx - in the past - it would create a .xlsx - but there would be an error opening the file. Can you give it a try using the extension .xlsx and let us know?
The ExportBiff function still generates a document with the old .XLS format. I get the same result as migle.purzelyte. Is there maybe a new function available in the API to get the new .XLSX format as output?
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Thank you for posting the macro which I am going to use to export the data into .xlsx file format. But in my requirement while saving the file I need the today's date and timestamp along with the file name.
I have to run the macro multiple times in a day so that I will have a new file every time, can you please help me out how to pass the date and timestamp in this macro.