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is there a way Visual Basic can copy the value from A1 that is on H:\Forms\RDS_Access.xls to C:\RDS_Access.xls?
The file on drive H would be closed, im not sure if thats a problem.
I know formulas can be linked to another file without that file being opened.
Here is the macro that I wrote BUT I need to change it to copy the value from A1 Cell that will now be on a different drive versus copying from one worksheet tab to another.
Sub Enter_Po_Number()
   Sheets("P.O. Nos").Visible = True
   Sheets("P.O. Nos").Select
   Range("A1").Select
   Selection.Copy
   Sheets("Access & Couplers").Select
   Range("I9").Select
   ActiveSheet.Paste
   Sheets("P.O. Nos").Select
   Rows("1:1").Select
   Application.CutCopyMode = False
   Selection.Delete Shift:=xlUp
   ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.Visible = False
   Sheets("Access & Couplers").Select
End Sub

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use a formula in your C: spreadsheet like:
='H:\Forms\[RDS_Access.xls]Sheet1'!$A$1
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A formula wont work because once Cell A1 is copied the macro needs to go back to that file and delete Row 1 so that number cant be used again...This form Im using has a macro button that is labeled "Enter P.O.". when users open this form and press the macro button it copies this number from ROW 1 which then has to be deleted so the next number on ROW 2 now moves up to ROW 1 and becomes available.

In this File I have A1 thru A200 filed in with Purchase order numbers and each time the macro button is pressed it copies A1 from that file to this open file then it goes back and deletes ROW 1 (whats on ROW 2 now moves up to ROW 1).

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1. Instead of using the clipboard, store the PO number in a variable.  Alternatively, you can use the ?datacache? object as a temporary storage area.
2. You will need to open and close the PO workbook.  You can do this either in the target Excel session or use Excel automation.  The former is simpler.
3. Be sure to save the PO-number workbook after deleting the first row.

Example:
application.open "H:\Forms\RDS_Access.xls"
strVar = Activesheet.Cells(1,1).Text
Activesheet.rows(1).delete
application.close save:=True     'you need to verify the syntax
activesheet.cells(1,1) = strVar
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Very informative to show examples from Microsoft's library
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