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VBA Copy activerow to another sheet

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    VBA Copy activerow to another sheet

    I have a download of data that goes to "Summary" sheet and is duplicated to "Reset" sheet. I want to enable the user to click a cell in a row in Summary and cause the mirrored row on "Reset" to be copied to the same row on "Summary". This is an "Ooops" button that allows them to restore the original values to redo their What-if thing.I cannot get the code to work in my project but the same code works fine in another workbook. Any thoughts? Here's the code that is called by the command button sub to make it happen:
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    Last edited by Leith Ross; 05-12-2010 at 12:45 AM. Reason: Added Code Tags

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    Re: VBA Copy activerow to another sheet

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