copy and paste vb

Posted on 2011-03-02
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Can some please help with the below.

Excel VB crashes on the paste section. Not sure why.
For temp_indx = 1 To temp_num_sheets
    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Select
    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Copy
    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Paste 
    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Protect Password:="asdf", DrawingObjects:=True, Contents:=True, Scenarios:=True
    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Select

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Question by:jk_12
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Looks to me like you are copying two sheets and trying to paste them on top of themselves multiple times.

  What are you actually trying to acheive?

Author Comment

ID: 35024124
Thank you for the response.

I have an excel file which creates five unique reports. (Company 1, Company 2, etc).

Right now, it's 1 sheet report. I'm trying to add a second sheet into the automation process.
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Makrini earned 250 total points
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    Sheets(Array("one", "Chart_2")).Copy Before:=Sheets(1)

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ID: 35024189
Thanks very much.
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Glad to help

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