Export Ranges To Text File & Import Back

May 14, 2007

I have been copying the work sheet ranges
"Consolidated Data" D4:K17
"Support Schedule" D5:W504
"Tangent Calx1" D4:F34 , J4:J34 and M4:M34
"Tangent Calx2" D4:F34 , J4:J34 and M4:M34
To a seperate worksheet for export to a txt file {for saving}
Then {when required} importing the txt file data into the worksheet ,copy the data back to the worksheet ranges and re-calculating the data. I have struggled to trying and butcher the code and delete the copy stage and write just the required ranges to the txtfile.(And reverse)

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