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Additional Criteria to IF statement

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I have VBA that opens a file and copies data over based on name in column A.  How would I update the statement to look at criteria in column A (Vxxxxxxx) and Column C (Axxxxxx)? I try to update but couldn't get the right combination.


Here is the part of the code with the if statement

   For I = 2 To lastSourceCell.Row
            If ws.Range("A" & I).Value = "Vxxxxxxx" Then
                ws.Range("A" & I).EntireRow.Copy
                ThisWorkbook.Sheets("ISS").Range("A" & destinationRow).PasteSpecial xlPasteAll
                destinationRow = destinationRow + 1
            End If
        Next

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If all of the VBA is needed, please let me know.
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If ws.Range("A" & I).Value = "Vxxxxxxx" and ws.Range("C" & I).Value = "Axxxxxxx" Then
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Thanks much that worked
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