Copy one range and paste in another range

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Below is a macro, just copy and paste it into a module in your workbook and go from there.

This macro uses message boxes to help you select the range to copy and paste but it can easily be modified to fit into any macro where you may need it.

Sub PasteLink()

    Dim rngToCopy As Range

    Dim rngToPaste As Range

     'Select your range to copy

    Set rngToCopy = Application.InputBox("Select range in Book A", Type:=8)


     'Select a single cell you wish to start your paste

    Set rngToPaste = Application.InputBox("Select range to Paste in Book B", Type:=8)



    ActiveSheet.Paste Link:=True

End Sub

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