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Excel Error '1004' & '13' Copying Range from Another Open Workbook.
I'm building a macro within one workbook, to open another WB and copy a range of data, then go back to the original WB and paste the results. With the code below, I get a '1004' error (application or object defined error): Code: WB.Sheets(NAME).Range(Cells(copyFrom, Selection.Copy After researching '1004' errors, I tried the code below, but now get a '13' error (type mismatch): Code: Dim Set Other information you may need: WB is defined as Excel.Workbook, the 2nd workbook I'm trying to copy from. CopyFrom, copyTo and END_COL contain integers. NAME is a string variable or the tab name. Any thoughts?
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