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how can I copy targeted locations from one campaign to another?

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I'm able to select all locations in the locations tab but I don't see any Edit>Copy function.

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Hi Nestor K,

You can achieve this through AdWords Editor. Please find instructions here.

 

Kathleen

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Hi Nestor K,

You can achieve this through AdWords Editor. Please find instructions here.

 

Kathleen

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Agreed. An easy task when you use the AdWords Editor. Just a matter of using the simple shortcuts (CTRL + C, CTRL + V).

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Shashank Singh, AdWords Rising Star |
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I used to be able to do this in the UI, just a month or two ago. Is that feature gone now?

how can I copy targeted locations from one campaign to another?

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That link doesn't help. It says, "1. In the type list, go to Keywords and targeting...

What is the type list? I can't find "Keywords and targeting" anywhere.

how can I copy targeted locations from one campaign to another?

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This thread has been closed to new replies since it is from 2014.

 

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