Clearing clipboard

dln

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Am using VBA to open a wkb and copy large chunks from one wks to another. When the wkb is closed (programmatically), a warning msg is thrown up, about the quantity of data left on the clipboard and should it be retained/removed?

Haven't spotted the 'correct' method of clearing the clipboard. My work-around is to copy a single cell prior to wkb close, or else to suppress DisplayAlerts.

What is the proper/is there a better, way?

Please advise,
=dn
 

Excel Facts

Show numbers in thousands?
Use a custom number format of #,##0,K. Each comma after the final 0 will divide the displayed number by another thousand
Doh! Just like Mother/macro recorder does it!

Knew there was something right at the edge of consciousness...

Thanks,
=dn
 
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