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Copy dynamic range in excel

Last Modified: 2013-11-10
I need to copy a completely dynamic range in excel.  Meaning the rows and columns will be different each time.  Please note that the columns will change so I can't use something like range("M" & rowstart & ":" & "O" & rowend).copy.  I've seen a lot of examples like this but the columns are static and I need them to be able to change.

Here is what I'm currently using but I get an error:
MySheet.Range(MySheet.Cells(FirstCopyRow, columnpointer1), MySheet.Cells(RowPointer1 - 1, columnpointer1 + 6)).Copy

This doesn't work.

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