Range Copy/Move To

The basic process step to move data from one location to another is Range Copy/Move To. It works exactly the same as its manual version in Excel. You should first define ('select') the source range and then specify the top-left cell of the target range:

Note the use of a named range in the second example.

Then, you have to chose whether you want to copy or move the specified range.

The last two options are the same as in Excel:

  • you can overwrite the target range or insert you source range above or left to it; and
  • you can choose what you want to copy: values, formats, formulas or all of them

Range copy takes into account filters and hidden data - only visible, filtered data will be copied. For example:

You filter the worksheet wsExample by a value in Column B. Row 4 and row 7 matches the filter criteria. Column C is hidden on wsExample. Then you copy the range wsExample!A1:D7 to another location. Only the two filtered rows (4 and 7) and the 3 visible columns (A, B, D) will be copied.