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Range.PasteSpecial method

Pastes a Range object that has been copied into the specified range.


expression.PasteSpecial (Paste, Operation, SkipBlanks, Transpose)

expression A variable that represents a Range object.


Name Required/Optional Data type Description
Paste Optional XlPasteType The part of the range to be pasted, such as xlPasteAll or xlPasteValues.
Operation Optional XlPasteSpecialOperation The paste operation, such as xlPasteSpecialOperationAdd.
SkipBlanks Optional Variant True to have blank cells in the range on the clipboard not be pasted into the destination range. The default value is False.
Transpose Optional Variant True to transpose rows and columns when the range is pasted. The default value is False.

Return value



This example replaces the data in cells D1:D5 on Sheet1 with the sum of the existing contents and cells C1:C5 on Sheet1.

With Worksheets("Sheet1")
    .Range("D1:D5").PasteSpecial Operation:=xlPasteSpecialOperationAdd
End With

More examples please read this article: Excel Macro: Copy and Paste a Range

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