While working in Excel, it is one of the most common problems that we face to **copy** the Excel **sheet** with **formulas** from **one workbook** to **another**. Today I am going to show you how to **copy** one or more sheets with **formulas** from one workbook to another with proper illustrations.

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## 2 Easy Ways to Copy Sheet to Another Workbook with Excel Formulas

Suppose we have an Excel **workbook** that contains some worksheets containing a dataset (**B4:E9**) like below. It contains the **Name of some Students**, their marks in **Physics** and **Chemistry** and the **Average Marks** in the subjects.

We have calculated the **Average Marks** using a formula. For example, the formula to calculate the **Average Marks** of the first student is:

`=(C5+D5)/2`

We can see the formula in cell **E5** of the screenshot below.

In this article, we will **copy** **one or multiple** worksheets in the workbook to **another** workbook with the **formulas** in the **E5:E9** range. Here, we will discuss **two** easy ways to do so.

### 1. Copy Single Excel Sheet with Formulas to Another Workbook

In this method, we will copy a **single** Excel **sheet** to **another** workbook with **formulas**. We can perform this task with **5** approaches. Letâ€™s see the approaches below.

#### 1.1 Drag the Mouse

In the first approach, we will **copy** an Excel **sheet** to another **workbook** with formulas by **dragging** the mouse. Suppose, we need to copy the worksheet named **Drag** to another workbook. Follow the steps below to do so.

**Steps:**

- In the beginning, open the
**two workbooks**on your computer. - One is the workbook you want to
**copy**and the other one is the workbook to which you want to**copy**. - In our case,
**Book1**is the workbook where we want to keep the**copied**sheet (see screenshot).

- Therefore, on the
**Excel Toolbar,**go to the**View**tab.

- Next, click on the
**View Side by Side**option.

- After pressing the
**View Side by Side**option. - It will arrange the
**two**workbooks**vertically**like the picture below.

- Now, press
**Ctrl**on your keyboard and drag the â€˜**Drag**â€™ worksheet from the â€˜**Copying Worksheet to Another Workbook with Formulas**â€™ workbook to the â€˜**Book1**â€™ workbook. - Eventually, it will be renamed as the same name on the
**source**workbook as the**destination**workbook. - Like in my case, it has been renamed as
**â€˜Dragâ€™**in the â€˜**Book1**â€™ workbook.

**Note:**

If you do not press **Ctrl** and still **drag**, the **sheet** will be **copied** to the **destination** workbook but it will be **lost** from the **original** workbook. Like the **Cut** and **Paste** thing, we do on our computers. So be careful.

- Finally, see in the following image that you have successfully copied one
**Excel Sheet**from**one workbook**to**another workbook**. - Accordingly, everything including the
**formulas**in the**source**workbook has been copied to the**destination**workbook.

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#### 1.2 Copy and Paste Feature

If you do not want to follow the previous method, you can also use the **Copy** & **Paste** feature and easily **copy** an **Excel Sheet** from one **workbook** to another with **formulas**. In this case, we will **copy** the sheet named â€˜**Shortcut Key**â€™ (see the screenshot below). The steps are below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, click the
**small triangle**in the**upper left**corner of the worksheet, or press**Ctrl + A**on the keyboard. - Hence, you will have the whole
**worksheet**selected like the image below.

- Next, press
**Ctrl + C**on your keyboard. - Otherwise,
**right-click**on your mouse and select**Copy**.

- Or, click on the
**Copy**option under the**Home**tab from**Excel Toolbar**. - See the following figure.

- As a result, you will find the
**border**of the s**heet****highlighted**like the image below. - This means you have successfully
**copied**the**Worksheet**.

- Now, open the
**second workbook**(the workbook in which you want to**copy**the**Sheet**) and select the**upper-most left cell**in a**Sheet**of that**workbook**. - Here, I opened â€˜
**Sheet1**â€™ from the â€˜**Book5**â€™ workbook and selected cell**A1**.

- At this time, to
**paste**the sheet you copied, press**Ctrl + V**on your keyboard. - Or,
**right-click**on your mouse and select**Paste**. - Besides, you can also select the
**Paste**option from the**leftmost**corner of the**Home**tab of the Excel**Toolbar**(see the figure below).

- In turn, you will find everything from the â€˜
**Shortcut Key**â€™ sheet in the**source**workbook copied to**Sheet1**of the**destination**workbook.

- Moreover, you can also check the
**formula**in the copied worksheet. - In the following picture, we can see that the
**formula**is also copied properly to the new workbook.

**Read More:** **How to Copy Formula to Another Sheet in Excel (4 Ways)**

#### 1.3 Apply Move or Copy Dialog Box

We can also copy a worksheet with formulas to another workbook by using the Move or Copy **dialog box** in Excel. Letâ€™s say, we will copy the â€˜**Move or Copy**â€™ worksheet to a new workbook (see the following figure). The steps to apply this approach are below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, bring your mouse
**cursor**to the â€˜**Move or Copy**â€™ sheet tab of the**source**workbook. - Now,
**right-click**on your mouse. - Then, select the
**Move or Copy**option.

- Hence, you will get a small box called
**Move or Copy**.

- After that, select (
**new book**) from the**To book**dropdown menu. - Importantly, you must
**check**the**Create a copy**option (if you do not check the**Create a copy**option, the sheet will be**lost**from the**source**workbook. So be careful). - So, my box now looks like this:

- After successfully following the above steps, you will find that a
**copy**of the sheet from the**original**workbook has been created in your**destination**workbook. - Here, in my case, a copy of the â€˜
**Move or Copy**â€™ sheet from the source workbook has been created in**Book10**workbook including the**formulas**(see screenshot).

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#### 1.4 Keep Link While Copying Sheet with Formulas

By following the above methods, we can **copy** the Excel worksheet with **formulas** to **another** worksheet but there will be no **link** between the two worksheets (**original** & **copied**).

For example, in the following picture, we can see that, in the **original** worksheet, the **Average Marks** of the first student is **77** (cell **E5**).

Similarly, in the worksheet we **copied**, the **Average Marks** is the same for the first student.

Now, in the **original** workbook, if you change the marks of **Physics** from **75** to **77** (cell **C5**), then the **Average Marks** will be **78** (cell **E5**).

But, the **copied** worksheet will not have any effect on the **change** in the **original** workbook. It will remain **unchanged** (see screenshot).

The steps to develop a link while copying are below.

**Steps:**

- In order to create a
**link**between the**original**and**copied**workbook, type the**sheet name!**(in our case**â€˜Link!â€™**) before the**cell references**( see screenshot). - As a result, the formula in cell
**E5**will be:

`=(Link!C5+Link!D5)/2`

- At this time, copy the worksheet (
**Link**) in a new workbook (**Book14**) by following method**1.2**. - However, the following figure displays the
**Formula Bar**for cell**E5**in the new**workbook**.

- Next, change the marks in
**Physics**of the first student (in cell**C5**) in the**original**workbook. - Hence, the
**Average Marks**(see cell**E5**) of the first student will be updated.

- Then, go to the new workbook (
**Book14**). - Forthwith, you will see that the
**Average Marks**in cell**E5**is also updated here.

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#### 1.5 Insert Excel VBA

This approach will guide you to **copy** an excel sheet with **formulas** to another workbook by inserting **VBA** code. See the following steps to do so.

**Steps:**

- In the beginning, open the
**workbook**form where you want to**copy**the worksheet and the one where you want to insert the worksheet that you**copied**. - Here, from the â€˜
**Source**â€™ workbook, we will**copy**the dataset in the**B2:E9**range in the â€˜**Overview**â€™ worksheet.

- Then, we will insert the
**copied**dataset in a**new**workbook (**Book7**) using Excel**VBA**.

- In order to enter the
**VBA**code, first of all, go to the**Developer**tab in the**original**workbook. - After that, click on
**Visual Basic**in the**Code**group.

- Next, go to the
**Insert**tab > select**Module**.

- In turn, we will see
**Module1**at the**left**side of the window. - Now,
**double-click**on**Module1**.

- Therefore, to
**copy**the dataset (**B2:E9**) from the â€˜**Source**â€™ workbook to the â€˜**Sheet1**â€™ worksheet in the â€˜**Book7**â€™ workbook, enter the**VBA**code below in the code window:

```
Sub CopyOneFromAnotherNotSaved()
Workbooks("Source").Worksheets("Overview").Range("B2:E9").Copy _
Workbooks("Book7").Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("B2")
End Sub
```

- In the screenshot below, we can see the
**VBA**code in the code window.

- Later, go to the
**Run**tab > select**Run Sub/Userform**(see screenshot).

- Momentarily, you will see the dataset (
**B2:E9**) that you copied in the â€˜**Sheet1**â€™ worksheet of the**Book7**workbook.

- Finally, you can also check the formula in the
**E5**cell of the new dataset. - In the following screenshot, we can see that we have successfully
**copied**the dataset with**formulas**.

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### 2. Copy Multiple Excel Sheets with Formulas to Another Workbook with Move or Copy Dialog Box

In the previous method, we discussed the process to **copy** only **one** worksheet to** a new **workbook with **formulas**. But in this method, we will demonstrate the process to **copy** **multiple** excel sheets **with formulas** to another workbook. We will do it by using the **Move or Copy** dialog box in Excel. Here, we will learn **two** ways to open the dialog box and then use it to **copy** the worksheets. Letâ€™s see the approaches below.

#### 2.1 Right-Click on Sheet Tabs

In this approach, we will open the **Move or Copy** dialog box by **right-clicking** on the **sheet tabs** and then applying it for **copying** **multiple** worksheets. Here, we want to copy the **7** sheets from the following workbook (see the screenshot below). After that, we will insert them into a new workbook. The steps are below.

**Steps:**

- First, see the
**formulas**(in cell**E5**of the figure below) in the**original**workbook which you need to**copy**along with the**worksheets**.

- Now, click on the
**first**sheet tab (**Overview**), press the**Shift**key and then click on the**last**sheet tab (**VBA**). - As a result,
**all**the**worksheets**in the workbook will be**selected**(see screenshot). - However, if you do not want to
**copy**all the sheets, then press**Ctrl**and click on the**sheet tabs**you want to copy.

- Next,
**right-click**on the selection and click on**Move or Copy**.

- In turn, the
**Move or Copy**dialog box will appear.

- Then, choose
**(new book)**from the**To book**dropdown > check the**Create a copy**box > click**OK**.

- Therefore, all the worksheets will be
**copied**to a new workbook (**Book3**). - Afterward, in cell
**E5**, we can see the**formula**that was in the**original**workbook (see screenshot). - In this way, we can copy
**multiple**sheets with**formulas**to another workbook.

#### 2.2 Use Excel Ribbon

Here, we will use the **Home** tab for **copying** **multiple** Excel sheets (same as the previous approach) to another workbook with **formulas**. To do so, follow the steps below.

**Steps:**

- To begin, select all the
**worksheets**in the**original**workbook by following the previous method. - See the picture below.

- Secondly, go to the
**Home**tab.

- After that, click on the
**Format**drop-down in the**Cells**group.

- Then, select
**Move or Copy**sheet from the dropdown menu.

- Consequently, the
**Move or Copy**dialog box will pop up. - At this time, like the previous method, select
**(new book)**from the**To book**dropdown menu > put a**tick mark**in the**Create a copy**box > click on the**OK**button.

- Thus, we can copy all the worksheets to another workbook (
**Book5**). - See the final result in the following picture.

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**Conclusion**

I hope the above tutorial will be helpful for you to copy the Excel sheet with formulas to another workbook. Download the practice workbook and give it a try. Let us know your feedback in the comment section. Follow our website **ExcelDemy** to get more articles like this.

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