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    Copy Destination between two defined worksheets error

    I have a code that works correctly up until a point in which a second copy destination code breaks up with an error and for the life of me I cannot figure out why.

    Hopefully, someone out there has an answer for me.

    The first copy destination works exactly as desired, however the second instance gives an error:
    Run-time error '1004':
    Application-defined or object-defined error

    Both workbooks have sheets that are labeled
    wbsource: 100,102,110,112,806,808
    wbwork: 100 Ops, 102 Ops, 110 Ops, 112 Ops, 806 Ops, 808 Ops

    I don't know how this turns into an object or application-defined error, since neither is being redefined (to my knowledge)
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    The code resumes past this to operate and then close the subroutine, but this is the code up until the error.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Copy Destination between two defined worksheets error

    Hi,

    Try either
    1. Add a 'wbsource.Activate' command between the two copy statements. I wonder if after the 1st copy the wbwork is the activeworkbook.

    2. There's something niggling in my mind that I've seen this before and I seem to remember using a Copy, and then a separate line with Range("B3").PasteSpecial(xlPasteAll) to get round the problem.

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    Re: Copy Destination between two defined worksheets error

    Thank you guys! I got it finally working! I appreciate all your help. I got stuck staring at the same code and couldn't wrap my head around it.

    I used AB33's suggestion and it worked like a charm

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