Go To Special to select dates

I want to select all of the dates in a column and move them to another column.  To select my data, I am selecting the entire column, using Go To Special and choosing Constants and then un-checking Text.  So I can select my data, but I am missing the step on how to cut and paste it into the next column.  I'm sure this is very easy but can't figure it out.
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Harry LeeCommented:
You cannot do multiple-range cut in Excel. You can only do multiple-range copy.

You can speed your single range cut and paste by using VBA.

Sub CopyDateToNextColumn()
Dim wkRng As Range

For Each wkRng In Selection
    If IsDate(wkRng) Then
        wkRng.Offset(0, 1).Value = wkRng.Value
    End If
End Sub

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Select the column with the dates you want to cut and paste, and run the above macro.

Please make backup before your test.

Let me know if it doesn't work the way you want.

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