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Hello all, I got this solution from an earlier question, listed below,  trying to figure out how I would add another criteria, in the copy data line, I need it instead of pasting into A3, paste into the cell two rows below the cell that has "DTE 2" in column A.  Thanks.

Public Sub Workbook_Open()
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim result As Range
Application.DisplayAlerts = False

    '-- open other excel file
    Set ws = Workbooks.Open("\\data\mas.xlsx").Sheets("TAC MET")
    '-- search for CAO
    Set result = ws.UsedRange.Find("CAO")
    If result Is Nothing Then MsgBox ("CAO could not be found"): End
    '-- copy data
    ws.Range("A3:G" & result.Row - 1).Copy ThisWorkbook.Sheets("TAC MET").Range("A3")

    '-- close other excel file
    Set result = Nothing
    Set ws = Nothing
  End Sub
Microsoft Excel

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8/22/2022 - Mon

To match the current code, you could do something like
    Set dst = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("TAC MET").UsedRange.Find("DTE 2")
    If dst Is Nothing Then MsgBox ("DTE 2 could not be found"): End

Then change the copy line to
    ws.Range("A3:G" & result.Row - 1).Copy dst.Offset(0,3)

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