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I’m trying to download a whole group of emails from the email box of a user in the Thunderbird client. I can just grab them with Outlook or Thunderbird directly, but my purpose is to download them all into a file so I can apply some filtering in the future….
I have two questions:
1) I have a file with some student ID’s in a custom format. What is the easiest way to load this file into excel (preferably without VBA), so I can automate the lookup?
2) The file I have has a sequence of filenames. I want to get the last two characters of those filenames and put them in the format TXT, TXT-201. What would be the best way to do it?…
To avoid, for example, Excel having the user closing the workbook, I want to ask the user if they want to save the new file. If not, close the open program and go on to the next step.
Is there a method for doing this? Or do I have to create a quick click box in the Excel Macro before the close?
You can achieve this with an onopen macro.
Private Sub Workbook_Open()
If (MsgBox(“Close file if Yes?”, vbYesNo)) Then
If (ActiveWorkbook.Save) Then
The user will have to press the “No” button to the dialog but this is usually a fair point to ask the user to save a copy of the file.
If you are on a Mac then use this technique:
On Retina Macs, this dialog must be made to look like the file open dialog. You can use this thread to find out how to achieve this.
Note, you cannot do this if they have NeverSavePasswordChecked set to true