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在Excel中使用Ctrl + V時,如何將粘貼值設置為默認粘貼?

通常,在Excel中,當您從一個範圍或工作表中復制數據並用Ctrl + V粘貼到另一個時,默認情況下也會粘貼格式。 但是,有時,您只想粘貼數據時將其粘貼為值,而不進行任何格式化。 在這裡,我為您介紹一種簡單的方法,當您在Excel中使用Ctrl + V時,僅將粘貼值設置為默認粘貼。

將Ctrl + V與VBA代碼一起使用時,將粘貼值設置為默認粘貼


將Ctrl + V與VBA代碼一起使用時,將粘貼值設置為默認粘貼

如果僅將數據粘貼為值,則需要在選擇的角單擊小方塊,並在粘貼數據後每次選擇“值”選項。 以下VBA代碼可以幫助您將默認粘貼更改為粘貼值。

1。 按住 ALT + F11 鍵打開 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications窗口.

2。 點擊 插入 > 模塊,然後將以下代碼粘貼到 模塊 窗口。

VBA代碼:使用Ctrl + V時,將粘貼值設置為默認粘貼

Sub PasteasValue()
Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues
End Sub

3。 然後保存並關閉代碼,然後按 Alt + F8鍵 鍵打開 對話框。

4。 在 對話框中,選擇使用的宏名稱 麵食價值 然後單擊 選項 按鈕,請參見屏幕截圖:

文檔粘貼值默認值 1

5。 然後在 宏選項 對話框中的 快捷鍵 部分,請輸入 v ,請參見屏幕截圖:

文檔粘貼值默認值 2

6。 然後點擊 OK 關閉 宏選項 對話框,然後繼續關閉 對話。

現在,當您將數據粘貼到 按Ctrl + V,默認情況下,數據將粘貼為值。


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Saved module - called "module 2" but nothing shows up in macros - no 'PasteasValue'. Seems like a step is missing?
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I want to learn if there is a way to work in a sheet, not in a module.

If not, is there a way to work in particular sheet I determine?
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It is working but after pasting you cannot undo
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Same here.
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Hello, guys,
I am sorry, may be there is no other good way for solving this problem, if you have any other good ideas, please comment here.
Thank you!
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Save as binary .xlsb,
Then you can use ctrl+z with macros.
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what do you mean "save as binary. xlsb"?
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I agree Graham, just tried this in Excel 2016. When I click the Run button in the Macro dialog, I get the error message:

Run-tme error '1004':
PasteSpecial method of Range class failed

which is a shame as this really would have helped me today. I also tried Dejvid's macro below, but nothing happened when pasting from one book to another.
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Make sure you have something selected in copy mode. dont even bother entering his code
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Unless I missed something (and the instructions are *very* good), this does not work in Excel 2016.
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I use Microsoft office Standard 2016, at it works.
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Thank You, Sir...
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nice tip, but the macro should look like this, because the code above give you an error statement, if you push ctrl+v and you didn't previously select something with ctrl+c Sub PasteAsValues() On Error GoTo err_handler: Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues Exit Sub err_handler: End Sub
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The solution from Mikael seems to nice replicate the 2013 solution offered by this page in a 2016-Excel-friendly way. Unfortunately, it also replicates the inability to undo (through Ctrl-Z or other "undo" actions) a paste action while this macro is enabled.
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To get the undo function to work after you have use a macro is quite difficult unfortunately. Can't help you with that, sorry.
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Hi, solution works great but control+z not working after pasting :( . any additional help?
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This coding does not work with the latest version of Excel 2016. Running the script gives an error code for the line Paste:=xlPasteValues
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Try using this code with Excel 2016: Sub Paste_Special() Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False Application.CutCopyMode = False End Sub
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Excellent solution
this code should be written directly into the VBA command box not in module box and I selected its place to be in the workbook so you make sure to END every sub opened, and ignore any message that pops up
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Thanks Mikael, but your code didn't work. Microsoft must have changed the VBA coding language too much in their last update. Even the text "Paste:=" results in a compiling error. If there's an answer out there, it must be in a different generation of Excel VBA.
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The macro i sent is recorded in the latest version of MS Excel 2016, so maybe the problem lies within your installation? Besides that the sub I wrote won't work without the "Selection.PasteSpecial" part.
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I just ran into the same problem.
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