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Excel Macro copy Cell range not empty between worksheets

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hi

i like to copy all values in cells are filled from Cell E2 down in worksheet PROCESS to Worksheet EXPORT from Cell  N2 down. All cells are "not filled" has a #NV with formula because of missing data. All cells are filled has a value like
an email-adress "test@domain.com"

i've found an example but it copying if the cells are colored.

Option Explicit
Function CountByColor(CellColor As Range, SumRange As Range)
Dim myCell As Range
Dim iCol As Integer
Dim myTotal
iCol = CellColor.Interior.ColorIndex
For Each myCell In SumRange
If myCell.Interior.ColorIndex = iCol Then
  myTotal = myTotal + 1
End If
Next myCell
CountByColor = myTotal
End Function

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Thanks in advance for your help
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by:Phillip Burton
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Don't know what your question is. Maybe if you post the spreadsheet, it might help.
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by:Mandy_
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Hi phillip

2 pictures. hope that helps. It should be a macro not a formula.

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copy only cells with values to other worksheet called export N2 down

destination
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by:Phillip Burton
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I still have no idea what your question is - maybe you can rephrase.
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by:Mandy_
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How could i code this in VBA macro?  if cell in sheet1 has a value (see picture) copy to sheet2 column N2 downstairs.
If sheet1 not have a value (0 or #NV) not copy it. Thats it!
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Sub CopyItems()
On Error Resume Next
For introw = 2 To 9999
    Select Case Sheets("Process").Cells(introw, 14)
    Case 0, "", "#NV"
    Case Else
        Sheets("Export").Cells(introw, 14) = Sheets("Process").Cells(introw, 14)
    End Select
Next
End Sub
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by:Mandy_
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Thats it! Thank you so much.
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