Create macro save report as PDF

I want to be able to have a report automatically generate at the beginning of each month and save it as a PDF file and have that report saved to my access database.

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I've been trying to do this with a macro, but I think I'll need some VBA to get all functionality. Unfortunately its been several years since Ive written any code, and the knowledge seems to have left me. Im hoping one of you has done this and will be able to provide the code.

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1 - save PDF to specified file path
2 - save as file name derived from the query that feeds the report
3 email the file to an address specified in the query that feeds the report.
3 name emailed file and populate subject line from fields in the same query.