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How to use VBA to copy rows with a “No” value in the last column and paste the values into another sheet?

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Key Notes:
1) All of rows with the “No” indicator will always be grouped together and at the bottom
2) One of the columns for the source data contains formulas
In the example spreadsheet I need to copy the bottom 3 rows on the ”Orders” sheet that have “No” selected in column “F” and paste the values into the “Export” sheet
Paste-Example.xlsx
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