How to Copy & Paste in Excel VBA

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How to Copy & Paste in Excel VBA
Save time by using Excel VBA's copy and paste functions. (Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

Copying and pasting data from one cell to another is a common task in Microsoft Office Excel. Getting this task done using Visual Basic for Applications, or VBA, can save you a lot of time if you have to copy and paste in many spreadsheets, because VBA allows you to write sub procedures that you can execute to perform a task such as copy and paste. Use VBA's Selection.Copy method to copy data in a particular cell and paste it in another using the Paste method.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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  1. 1

    Launch Excel and type "copy this data" in cell A1. Click the "Developer" tab and click "Visual Basic." Insert a new module by clicking the "Insert" menu and "Module."

  2. 2

    Start a new sub procedure in Visual Basic Editor by typing the following VBA code:

    Private Sub copyAndPaste()

  3. 3

    Continue by adding the following VBA code to copy A1 data to D1:

  4. 4

    Type "End Sub" to end the sub procedure.

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