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Copying Worksheets in a Macro in Excel

There are a few different ways to copy worksheets in a macro in Excel. The first way is to use the Copy method. This method will copy the active worksheet and place the copy after the last worksheet in the workbook. If you want to copy the worksheet to another location, you can use the Paste method. This method will take the copied worksheet and place it in the location that you specify. You can also use the Insert method to insert a copy of the active worksheet into the workbook.

Another way to copy a worksheet is to use the Duplicate method. This method will create an exact copy of the active worksheet and place it after the last worksheet in the workbook. You can also use this method to copy a worksheet to another location by specifying a position parameter.

You can also use the Move or Copy dialog box to copy a worksheet. To do this, select the worksheet that you want to copy, click Home, then click Format. In the Move or Copy dialog box, select Create a Copy, then click OK. The new sheet will be placed after the last sheet in your workbook.

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