Formatting column width from macro

macro_user

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hi...
i have a sheet say sheet1... i copy sheet1 through my macro and rename it to sheet2... in sheet2, i need the column width to be big... i dont know how to say this, but the columns width should be formatted in sheet2 from my macro... suppose i have 1 big line of data, i want the column to be resized according to the data present inside the columns... kindly help me on this...
 

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Justin_B

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Nov 16, 2006
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Hi,
Try inserting --

Code:
Cells.Select
    [code]Selection.Columns.AutoFit

After the sheet / data has been copied  to the new sheet
 

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