Import Data from Excel table to Excel worksheet >> Select your Excel worksheet to use as the destination. Select Data | Export Selected Data. (It's a bit tricky, but it's worth it.) How to import data files to Excel To import data from a file (.xls or .xlsx) to a worksheet, you would open and convert the file to text, move the text to the cell where you want to edit, and then insert it to your worksheet. How to change column names to something else in Excel spreadsheet I want to replace my original “Name” column in How to modify the format of the worksheet columns Using VBA to copy a list of data (Word Worksheet) into your Worksheet From the VBA window, copy to column name “1” to create a new worksheet, and then press F9 to enter the data to the worksheet. In Excel, there are two ways to do the same thing. First way is to use the Copy to Column command. Second way is to use the New Column Command, which I have learned to copy my data into the second column, delete/change data, and then copy it back and then paste it to the first column. How to copy a VBA script to an Excel worksheet As far as I know, there are only two ways to copy a VBA script and make it work in Excel 1) To copy a VBA script: Copy a file named [Filename] [Copy as a Word document] [FileToWorkBook] to your VBA project folder. Then open the Script Window, and select the file, then click Run. 2) To edit a VBA script in Excel: To open the Editor Window in Excel, select the text box, select Tools > Edit, and then paste the code in the Editor and select OK. How to copy a VBA script and insert it as a macro I have found it useful to create a script in VBA called “Create Cisco.VBA”, and then copy it to the clipboard and then write a small Macro to edit it, or delete the code when not needed. For example, the above Cisco command will create a new Cisco workbook (Cisco.xls) with a Cisco VBA script (Create Cisco.VBA) as the workbook, and “ThisWorkbook.csv” as the cell containing the data.