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Syntax question

Hi, How could I modify this code to maintain the format of the source cell? I know I could change the whay I do it, but if I can modify this simple statement I would rather.

Thanks
Range(sCopyFromRange).Copy _
Destination:=Range(sCopyToRange)

RE: Syntax question

Hi Diane,

I think this already does this.

I've just checked with this line and it keeps the formatting applied to A1.

Range("A1").Copy Range("A2")

Does this do what you need?

Let me know if I've misunderstood.

Claire

RE: Syntax question

Hi Claire

No, it isn't taking my formatting across, but I think you are right it should be. I have a cell colour on my source but the cell after copy on the target remains default no colour.

Thanks

Diane

RE: Syntax question

Hi Diane,

Sorry to hear it's not behaving as expected.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Claire

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