vba code for a camera copy

Giordano Bruno

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Does anyone know the vba code to make an Excel "camera copy". When I try to record the macro, the camera copy does not work.
 

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What's a 'camera copy'? Do you mean the Windows 'print scrn' function? Or is this some hidden Excel trick I've not heard of?
 
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It's the same as Edit|Copy then Shift+Edit|Paste Picture Link:

Code:
Selection.Copy
Range("B13").Select
ActiveSheet.Pictures.Paste Link:=True
 
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Andrew,

Many thanks. I'd been looking everywhere for that. Should have tried here first.

Hi, XLR8R. Looks like it's a new trick!
 
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