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    Hello, the current code below copies files from the source folder to the destination folder based on cell value and file extension. The files may or may not be used all the time, if the file is not in the source folder I am getting an error. I would like to add code that will skip to the next...
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    Excel VBA File Copy

    Hi, I have a macro I am working on and would like to get some help. I am trying to copy files from one folder to another folder based on a partial file name. Here is the code I am currently using. It copies the entire contents of the folder (not what I want). Private Sub...

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