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Simplify: Can I even copy a worksheet from one instance of excel into another instance?

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    Simplify: Can I even copy a worksheet from one instance of excel into another instance?

    Ok, trying to simplify my task greatly. I am simply trying to copy a worksheet from one instance of Excel into a worksheet of another instance of Excel.

    Sounds like a simple task (see previous post), but I have not been able to figure it out. Specifically, I am trying to copy a worksheet from one instance of Excel into a worksheet of another instance of Excel and then save the copied worksheet into a file with the current month and day in the title. Can anyone help with a simple example? Thank you.

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    Re: Simplify: Can I even copy a worksheet from one instance of excel into another instanc

    REcord a macro of you doing it, then inspect/use/modify the code. This is what i did recording copying PriceLIstStart to another workbook

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    Re: Simplify: Can I even copy a worksheet from one instance of excel into another instanc

    Yes, but are you moving it into a new instance of excel, or a new workbook in the same instance? Do you understand having two instances of Excel running?

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    Re: Simplify: Can I even copy a worksheet from one instance of excel into another instanc

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