Question I do not know anything about Visual Basic. I am creating a macro and need to copy a range in a column. Each time I use the macro, the number of rows may change. How do I copy paste so that it captures all cells with data in it as opposed to going to finite cell address?
Answer Hi Debbie,
Thanks for sending your question on my way...
A simple code will do the work which you are expecting for :)
But, you have not provided enough details to write the code. What is the column? what is the range? Please give some examples with expected range needs to be copied. Finally where it needs to be pasted?
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