VBA Copy Visible Rows (and Maybe Columns too) to another workbook

johnny51981

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I am having difficulty piecing together my VBA Procedure3 to only copy the visible rows that are the result of the filter from Procedure2. The report the code is housed in needs to keep the items that are filtered out, so removing them through my Power Query isn't an option.

Also, I have a helper column that I would like to not be a part of that copy.

How can I update Procedure3 to only copy what is visible?
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igold

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You're welcome. I was happy to help. Thanks for the feedback!
 

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