pastevalue

skosman

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Is it possible to get this macro with pastvalue?

Sub Knop1_Klikken()
[C1].Copy Range("C" & WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("C9:C25")) + 9)
End Sub

Thx!
 

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skosman

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the value of C1 contains a formula, but when it is pasted with the macro it copies the value and the layout of cell C1 but i only need the value ... does anyone have an idea?
 

royUK

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Try
Rich (BB code):
Range("C" & WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("C9:C25")) + 9).value=Range("C1").value
 

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