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"How to Copy Data between Workbooks in Excel"

There are a few different ways that you can copy data between workbooks in Excel. The first way is to use the Copy and Paste commands. To do this, simply open both the workbook that contains the data you want to copy, and the workbook that you want to paste the data into. Then, select the cells that you want to copy, and press Ctrl+C on your keyboard (or right-click and select Copy from the menu). Next, open the destination workbook and select the cell where you want to paste the data. Finally, press Ctrl+V on your keyboard (or right-click and select Paste from the menu) to paste the data.

Another way to copy data between workbooks is to use the Drag and Drop method. To do this, simply open both workbooks side by side. Then, click on the cell in the source workbook that you want to copy, and drag it over to the destination workbook. When you release the mouse button, the data will be copied into the destination workbook.

If you only want to copy certain values (and not formulas or formatting), you can use Excel's Paste Special command. To do this, follow the same steps as above for copying data using the Copy and Paste commands. However, when you get to step 4 (selecting where to paste the data), press Ctrl+Alt+V, or right-click and select Paste Special.... In the Paste Special dialog box that appears, select Values, then click OK. This will paste only the values from your source cells, without any formulas or formatting.

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