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Panda44
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Hi!

I'm not a expert at excel and recently used the macro command for reports imported from oracle. I recorded the macro to format the reports, like deleting columns that we don't use, etc.

I've left the first four rows blank and want to copy some column titles and values to the rows when the macro runs.

Problem: Everytime the macro runs it copys the same text or numerical value used in the recording. For example during the recording if column A was titled "Susan" then when I get a report that says Peter in the same column it only paste Susan.

I've tried using the paste special but that does not work because I've merged a1-a7.
I'm tring to put all the information at the top of the page that is repeated in columns and rows. Also, I've tried copy into a text box, again the paste special is greyed out.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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I would recommend posting your macro code so we can try to figure out what is going on.

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