Excel/macro writing


Hi Tom

I am trying to construct a macro that will do the following:

Copy    Range("I2:L7")

The range should remain selected.  Everytime that I click in the worksheet the area copied would be pasted, including formulas and formats.

When I have finished pasting, I need to press another button to disable the selected area.

Is this something that you can do?

Thanks in advance

Chris Mitchell


Could I do this - I would believe I could.

If you want to send a sample workbook (say one or two sheets - not some >10 MB file) I can set something up and then we can see if that is what you want.  Then we could look at implementing it somewhere else if need be.  


Tom Ogilvy

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Tom Ogilvy


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