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I have a 2013 Word Doc with a "Save As" button and two digital signature fields. When the button is clicked, the digital signature fields become invalid. The digital signature fields are the only two fields on the document. The code I am using for the button is:

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Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
    ActiveDocument.SaveAs2 FileName:=("F:\MyFolder\" & "\" & Format(Now, "YYYYMMDD hhmmss") & ActiveDocument.Name)
    ActiveDocument.Close SaveChanges:=wdSaveChanges, OriginalFormat:=wdOriginalDocumentFormat
End Sub
Is it possible to use the "Save As" button on the document without making the digital signatures invalid?
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