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Excel Macro - Copy, Pause and Paste help

Excel Macro - Copy, Pause and Paste help

(OP)
Good morning

I have a Spreadsheet that is populated from a Form input. Choices from Drop Downs, Radio Buttons, Lookups and free text etc.
All the outputs returned from those Inputs go to a range called OUTPUT on a hidden sheet
I want to run a macro that copies all of this OUTPUT range and dumps (Paste Special Values) and transposes it into an Operator selectable or (better still) next available row in a Sheet in a Summary workbook.
I know I can do it to a specified row but how do I get it to pause while the Operator selects the correct row?

hwyl
Jonsi happy shades
"If an apple a day keeps the Doctor away ...why don't Daleks live in Orchards?"

RE: Excel Macro - Copy, Pause and Paste help

If you use userform, use RefEdit control.

Alternative: excel InputBox can be used directly from the code:

CODE -->

Dim rngInput As Range
Set rngInput = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Select top-left cell", Title:="Output selection", Type:=8) 

combo

RE: Excel Macro - Copy, Pause and Paste help

(OP)
Problem solved using Excel Macro - Inserting a row above the row where data is dumped as part of a 'go fetch from source' Macro.

Thanks for your help.

hwyl
Jonsi happy shades
"If an apple a day keeps the Doctor away ...why don't Daleks live in Orchards?"

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