Data Copy Macro for copying Data between Worksheets using Range Names

EE Professionals,

I'm building out a "Data Storage" project in Excel so this will be a set of questions over time, as each is completed, to build out the model.  I've broken it into pieces so that it shouldn't take much time at all but each question/post will build on itself.  I have also attached the sample WB/WS for your review.

The first thing I need help with is a small macro that moves data from one WS to another using range names.  Data that is placed in the Input WS is in a Named Range that, when the macro is fired, COPIES the range data, into another WS called Data_Store.  Within Data_Store the data is contained within another Range Name.

That's it!   The reason I have designed it this way, is I'm going to need to reload the data back into the initial WS and I believe it will be easier and more easily modified if the logic and code is matched up to rangenames given the initial WS has formulas and the Data Store does not.

Thannk you in advance!

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Initial-Data-Copy.xlsm
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Bright01Author Commented:
Roy,

Perfect!  Great job!  I've submitted the next question.  Hope you will pick it up.

Thanks again,

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