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Try using "Paste Special". Select the data you want to copy. Position your cursor on the new sheet. Select Edit / Paste Special. Try the "Values and number formats". If that doesn't copy all the formatting you want, on the second time select "Formats". I often do this as a two step process: do a normal cut and paste, then go back and do a "Paste special" selecting "Formats" to get the formatting correct.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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