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Copy text with formatting VBA Excel

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I am importing info from one sheet to another.
The FromSheet has a block of megered cells with text inside. The text is fomatted with some portions in BOLD.
The NewSheet has a similar merged cell arrangement

This Code:

newSheet(destination)=fromSheet(source)

copies text just fine, but loses BOLD formatting.
I have tried

FromSheet(source).copy newSheet(destination)

And

FromSheet(source).copy
newSheet(destination).PasteSpecial

But they both error "cannot change merged cell"

Any ideas????


 

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Question by:Grizzler
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Try doing Activesheet.Paste rather than PasteSpecial.

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Or select destination and clear all formatting, thus splitting the merged cells and then paste. The merged format should copy over as well.

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Rob H
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by:Grizzler
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A closer look at the sheets (created by someone else) revealed the source and destination were differrent sizes.... That caused the cannot change merged cell error. I went with your second suggestion and unmerged destination and used this code
impSheet.Range("C23:K28").Copy mySheet.Range("D25:L30")
Works great!
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Glad to of help
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