Copy and Paste Filtered Rows from Linked SQL table

I have an excel worksheet that has an linked table to a SQL view.  I would like to filter the table based on a date and then copy the filtered rows into a range on another worksheet.
Aaron GreeneProgrammerAsked:
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Russell FoxDatabase DeveloperCommented:
You should be able to just select all, copy, select the new sheet/workbook, click the Paste dropdown and select "paste values". That will copy just the filtered data without the SQL links.

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crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:
As Russell pointed out, you can simply copy and paste values :)

to select just the Current Region, make sure your active cell in in there, and press Ctrl-Shift *

if you Paste Values a lot, it is worth memorizing a keyboard shortcut.  Here is the one I like best:

Ctrl-Alt-V, V, Enter

You can also use
Alt-E, S, V, Enter
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