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Helllo,
trying to find an easy way to copy and paste cells in excel.
I have 136 cells , under column "A", starting from "A7"
I need to copy "A7" 132 times under column "A", and paste them starting "A150", then copy "A8" 132 times and paste after first paste (starting "A282") and so on..

Any help is appreciated
Thanks.
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m4trix earned 200 total points
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It doesn't copy and paste (to make it faster) but it accomplishes the same result. The values in this version are fixed, so if your ranges are dynamic this solution will need to be adjusted

Sub fillCells()
    Dim rowA As Integer, copyRow As Integer
    
    copyRow = 150
    For rowA = 7 To 138
        Range("A" & copyRow & ":A" & copyRow + 131) = Range("A" & rowA)
        copyRow = copyRow + 132
    Next rowA
End Sub

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works like a charm,
thanks
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