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Simple Copying Macro

Simple Copying Macro in Access VBA Programming topic (part of our Microsoft Access group).

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I have created a macro in Ms Access that selects certain rows and columns. Next I need the macro to copy the selected so I can use a simple past function. Simple right? NO! Banging Head On Wall I can't find a command in Access to copy! In every other Office program this command is "selection.copy", but not in Access. Please help; it is something I desperately need for my job. Worried
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Consider using a query to select the data you want.  Then make it an Append or  Make-Table query to create a temporary table or copy (append) your data into another table. 
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