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Copying from oe workbook to another

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    I have one workbook with a variable name, that changes everyday (not with date) i.e. Data_ac57657.xls and another that's name is constant -Book1.xls

    Both workbooks have three tabs all named: Seg, SegCheck and FX.

    I need to copy each tab from Book1 and paste into the other book.

    How can I make the variable named workbook a constant, so that I can always refer to it?
    My idea would be to name the active workbook in vba "Current", so tht I can refer to it that way? Am I heading in the right direction?

    Any suggestins would help!

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    Re: Copying from oe workbook to another

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