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Excel/macro(copying misc ranges)


Sub JJ()
  Dim wksFrom As Worksheet, wksTo As Worksheet
  Dim copyFrom As Range, pasteTo As Range
  Dim iRow As Long
  Set wksFrom = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet4")
  Set wksTo = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet3")
  For iRow = 0 To 37
 Set copyFrom = wksFrom.Range("B11:E11").Offset(iRow * 9, 0)
      Set pasteTo = wksTo.Range("B5").Offset(iRow * 10, 0)       copyFrom.copy
      wksTo.Paste pasteTo
      Application.CutCopyMode = False
  Next iRow

End Sub

This is working great. But I need help with different sets of ranges(see below)
I am trying to copy several ranges
Set copyFrom = wksFrom.Range("B11:E11, B13:E13, B7:E7").Offset(iRow * 9, 0)
(I do not know how to set several ranges in a string!)

    Set pasteTo = wksTo.Range("B5,B6, B7").Offset(iRow * 10, 0)
Please help to define the ranges-I cannot find anything in internet. Is this possible at all?
Or loops has to be single?(one range-one copy?)

Thank you very much!

No, you cannot copy from 3 cells to one cell in that manner.   Looks like you're possibly using those "merged cells", they're of the devil!  Get thee behind me Satan.

Joking aside, you will have to use the .value method to get the value from a 3-cell-merge into a single cell.

   wksTo.Range("B5").Offset(iRow*10).Value =  wksFrom.Range("B11").Value

If B11:E11 is a merged cell, the value is still stored in just B11.  
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