Copying files using a macro

alfordtp

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I have a list of file names in excel. I know where all the files on the list are located (or should be located). Is there an easy macro that would read my list, copy the file from its location, paste it into a new common folder that contains only that files on my list. This does not have to be excel; that is just where I have my list.

Thanks!
 

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