May 23, 2012 · i think the point is not to completely avoid using them, but just as much as possible. if you want to save a workbook, so that when someone opens it a certain cell in a certain sheet is selected, then you have to select that sheet and cell. copy/paste is a bad example, at least in the case of values, it can be done faster by a code such as Sheets(2).[C10:D12].Value = Sheets(1).[A1:B3].Value. "/>