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Copy named range into another worksheet and link the values

Posted on 2011-09-04
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Dear Experts:

I would like to achieve the following using VBA:

Copy the named range (workbook level name = MyRange) of the worksheet named 'Data' to the worksheet named 'Results' with the following requirements...

.... Link the values
.... Start the pasting action on cell reference A5 of the 'Results' worksheet.

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas
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by:andrewssd3
ID: 36481297
One way of doing this is to enter and array formula referencing the name in the Results sheet, as follows:

Sub CopyRange()
    
    Dim wbk As Excel.Workbook
    Dim rngSource As Excel.Range
    Dim rngTarget As Excel.Range
    
    Set wbk = ActiveWorkbook

    Set rngSource = Application.Range("MyRange")
    Set rngTarget = wbk.Worksheets("Results").Cells(1, 5)
    Set rngTarget = rngTarget.Resize(rngSource.Rows.Count, rngSource.Columns.Count)
    
    rngTarget.FormulaArray = "=MyRange"

End Sub

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by:AndreasHermle
ID: 36482598
Hi andrew:

thank you very much for your professional support. This macro works great and will come in handy for me in other applications.

But regrettably I will have to move some parts of the copied array to other locations in the destination sheet and this results in the 'error' message:

'you cannot change part of an array'

So I would be pretty happy if you or somebody else could provide me with another solution to my requirements.

But again, thank you very much for your great support. Your approach is a neat one.

Regards, Andreas
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andrewssd3 earned 500 total points
ID: 36482793
I don't like this one so much, but it gives a non-array solution:

Sub CopyRange()
    
    Dim wbk As Excel.Workbook
    Dim rngSource As Excel.Range
    Dim rngTarget As Excel.Range
    
    Set wbk = ActiveWorkbook

    Set rngSource = Application.Range("MyRange")
    Set rngTarget = wbk.Worksheets("Results").Cells(5, 1)
    
    rngSource.Copy
    rngTarget.Worksheet.Activate
    rngTarget.Select
    rngTarget.Worksheet.Paste link:=True
    
End Sub

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by:AndreasHermle
ID: 36485625
Hi andrew:

works like a charm. Thank you very much for your professional help. Regards, Andreas
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