troubleshooting Question

Find Range, highlight rows, copy to new sheet tab.

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3/13/18 8:49:23
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How would I use vba to capture only the 3/13/18 values and then select that ranges rows to copy to another sheet tab?  I would start at cell A2 and have it move down until it is no longer 3/13/18.  Because there are times in with the date... it causes a problem...  I later remove the times when I reformat them, but the times need to stay in for this part of the process.  Please advise and thanks.
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