Copying data from one workbook to another

confusion123

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I have three workbbooks, Thisworkbook, Source and Destination and am trying to copy a column of data from Source to Destination.

Code:
    Dim SourceDataObj As Object
    Set SourceDataObj = GetObject(PathName:="C:\Temp\Source Data.xlsx")
    Dim DestDataObj As Object
    Set DestDataObj = GetObject(PathName:="C:\Temp\Dest Data.xlsx")
    SourceDataObj.Worksheets("Data").Columns(1).Copy Destination:=DestDataObj.Worksheets("CopiedData").Columns(1) 'FAILS HERE

Can someone please tell me what is wrong with my code?

Thanks

EDIT SORTED: Apparently nothing's wrong! It seems to work literally as I posted this.
 
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