To copy one cell to another is very easy, you just have to make a reference to the cell you want to copy.

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## Copy cell value to another cell

For example, to copy cell **A2** to **C2**, enter **=A2** in **C2**.

## Copy cell value from another sheet

You can also do it with the value that is present on another sheet.

## Copy and paste the specific value to different cell

This VBA function will work in the following way.

The following function will check whether a cell contains text, numerical value, error, or formula.

```
Function CopyCell(ByVal target As Range, cellType As String)
If target.HasFormula And cellType = "formula" And Not IsError(target.Value) Then
CopyCell = target
ElseIf Application.IsText(target.Value) And cellType = "string" Then
CopyCell = target
ElseIf IsNumeric(target.Value) And cellType = "number" Then
CopyCell = target
ElseIf IsError(target.Value) And cellType = "error" Then
CopyCell = target
Else
CopyCell = ""
End If
End Function
```

The function checks a few conditions and if a condition is met it copies the cell, otherwise it places a blank cell.

The function has a few modifications. For example, under formulas, I added a condition, that it won’t display errors (which are also formulas).

You might also consider not copying the value in cell **E4** because it’s formatted as text.

Enter the following formulas into cells:

**C2**: =CopyCell(A2,”formula”)

**D2**: =CopyCell(A2,”string”)

**E2**: =CopyCell(A2,”number”)

**F2**: =CopyCell(A2,”error”)

Press **Ctrl + ~** to
display formulas.