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    Default Re: why is copy and paste so tricky with vba?

    @ajm....so it works now ???
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    Default Re: why is copy and paste so tricky with vba?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael M View Post
    @ajm....so it works now ???
    sorry Michael. Yes it does. I have to do some reading (in all my spare time!....) on the when to use what with copy and paste. Its my achilles heel for some reason. thanks all for your help.
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    yeah, I agree copy / paste special.....always used to do my head in....
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