To provide context to @AshwinS2’s answer, Dt should be a new datatable variable. The select statement can be anything - if you just want a single column, just provide dt.Select(“[column name]”).CopyToDataTable() instead. Finally, you should use the write range activity to paste the datatable you just created with the select statement. Be sure to specify the correct starting location (e.g. “E1”) and check the “AddHeaders” box if needed.