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I run a macro that open a new workbook. The workbook could open as Book1 or Book2 or Book 3 etc.......

I need [using VBA] to copy from sheet1 of my original file onto Sheet1 of the new workbook, go back to my original workbook Sheet2 the copy the data from that sheet onto Sheet2 on the new workbook.

As the new workbook is not always Book1 etc is this not possible?
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Question by:Jagwarman
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

YOu can use set to refer to the right work book

Set wbkSource = ActiveWorkbook
Set wbkDest = Workbooks.Add(Template:="Workbook")
wbkDest.Activate

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