I am trying to copy about a dozen files into one file. I highlight the file, CTRL + C, go to the target file CTRL P and nothing happens. (The clipboard is empty it says. Tried again, this time I highlighted the top A1 - now I get a message that I can only paste into the A1 cell. However, when I do this, it will copy on the existing data that I already have and want to save and delete at the same time the existing data! How can I copy into the existing file that already has some data on it? I was told about the VBA process but it seems to complex to me. I am comfortable with copy and paste ...
Please explain step by step, This Excel 2010
Thanks you. Gabe
How are you?
I assume you want to copy a sheet from one source file into a sheet of a target file.
1. Open the 2 files
2. Switch to the source file
3. Select the range you want to copy
4. Ctrl C
5. Choose the sheet of the target file
6. Select A1
7. Ctrl P
Repeat this for all the other files.
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