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Storing a Users Location before Running a Macro in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can store a user's location before running a macro in Excel. One way is to use the Application.ActiveWorkbook.Path property. This will give you the full path of the workbook, including the file name. You can then use this path in your macro.

Another way to store a user's location is to use the Environ function. This function will return the path of the current user's home directory. You can then use this path in your macro.

If you want to be able to store a user's location without using a macro, you can use the Location property of the Application object. This property will return the full path of the workbook, including the file name. You can then use this path in your code.

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