VBA Macro to copy non-adjacent cells to a different workbook

Ziad92

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I am currently working on an integrated set of workbooks, where I need to transfer data values between workbooks. In order to do so I need a VBA Macro that can copy non-adjacent cells (ex. the locations of the cells are J4, J8, J12, J16....etc) and insert it in the other workbook with a different structure (ex. the space between the cells would be 4 instead of 3.)

This is my first time using VBA so I'm not sure if it's possible. I'm using Microsoft 365.
 

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offthelip

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You haven't specified which workbook or worksheets, so here is some code to copy from the active worksheet to "sheet2"
You haven't specifed what range you wnat to do this for so I guessed 32 rows
You can alter the interval between the cells by chaning the steps for the I loop and the increment for Y step
VBA Code:
Sub test()
inarr = Range("A1:W32")
 With Worksheets("sheet2")
  y = 3
  For i = 4 To 32 Step 4
    .Range(.Cells(y, 10), .Cells(y, 10)) = inarr(i, 10)
    y = y + 3
 Next i
End With
End Sub
 

Marc L

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As wild cross posting was not specified as well …​
 

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