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    I need macro to open a file, copy and paste everything under specific column into workbook

    Hi all,

    I need a macro that opens a file, then copy and pastes everything under a specific column (named Total) and place those values under the Total column in the workbook. What I have so far is a macro that opens a file, and copies and pastes values from a fixed cell range, into a fixed destination.

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    Re: I need macro to open a file, copy and paste everything under specific column into work

    You want to check the header row in each file to define which column to check.

    if you used application.worksheetfunction.match then you will find the column number you need to be copying and can use this to update your fixed range
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    Re: I need macro to open a file, copy and paste everything under specific column into work


    Hi !

    Better is to just use Application.Match in order to avoid a crash if nothing is found …

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