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Transferring Data between Worksheets Using a Macro in Excel

There are a few different ways to transfer data between worksheets using a macro in Excel. One way is to use the Copy and Paste commands. Another way is to use the WorksheetFunction method. And yet another way is to use the Application.CutCopyMode property.

Copy and Paste

You can use the Copy and Paste commands to transfer data between worksheets in the same workbook or between workbooks. To copy data, you first select the cells that you want to copy. Then you press the Ctrl+C keys to copy the selection. Next, you activate the worksheet where you want to paste the data, and then you press Ctrl+V.

WorksheetFunction Method

You can also use the WorksheetFunction method to transfer data between worksheets. The WorksheetFunction method has two arguments: Source and Destination. The Source argument is the range of cells that you want to copy, and the Destination argument is the cell where you want to paste the data.

Application.CutCopyMode Property

Another way to transfer data between worksheets is to use the Application.CutCopyMode property. This property returns or sets a value that indicates whether Microsoft Excel is in cut-copy mode.

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