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    When I copy a sheet to a new work book, the sheet format in the new book will not change. However, when I copy the same sheet to an existing work book, sometimes the sheet format (such as column width) would be changed. Why?

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    HI

    Excel drops the formatting only taking the cell data??? way it works

    FIX i use format painter to correct this easy as one click and reset ...


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    Eh! what am i saying copy paste should be all ok, formula and such will return answer only not the formatting... sorry mislead you there...

    Vlookup are common for this as they carry cells with lots of data typed say 6 lines all diff colours this will be lost and end up all default (black)

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