Active Cells as Range for VBA procedure

Corticus

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I would like to reference a range such as:

Range("Sheet1").Copy

but instead of explicitly defining the range, I would like the range to be all selected cells.

Thanks,
Corticus
 

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Mudface

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Would just using

Code:
Sheet1.Activate ' or Sheets(1).Activate
Selection.Copy

work OK?
 

Corticus

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Mudface,

You Da Man!

I though I had it with
Range(Selection).Copy

but no cigar...

Thanks, and thanks again!
Corticus
 

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