So the "failed cells" are simply text that says "failed" or similar? In which case I don't understand what happens when you cut and paste (or paste special as I suggest). Perhaps you could say exactly what you mean by "copies incorrectly everytime"?
Or do you mean you would like to press a button on the spreadsheet which would start up Word, transfer appropriate data into Word, and print it out?
The latter is possible, but requires significant VBA skills. Provided the spreadsheet is simple, you may be able to achieve something similar by embedding Excel into Word as an Active X component.
Ah ha! Now we are getting there! I think VoG's idea is good. Also, you may need a bit of fettling to change fonts/sizes etc. I just tried a quick copy from Excel into Word and it did it prefectly, without me doing anything! So perhaps you have a lot of text across all the cells?
Try an experiment with a very simple sheet (I just wrote One, Two, Three, Four in 4 cells and copied down a few rows for my quick test) and see that it copies across OK. This may give a few more clues.