nserting data from a named range

Helen

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Feb 19, 2002
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Hello,
If I have defined a range (ie. Insert/Name/Define) is it possible to then type the name of the range in on a blank worksheet and for it to paste the data in?

This would save a lot of time every month if this is possible!
Thanks
Helen
 

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royUK

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Jul 24, 2002
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hi

You could write a macro to copy the Range and paste it to a new worksheet. If you attach the macro to a button you can automate the action by clicking on it. There are many examples of code on this site to achieve this
 

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