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Copy data without hidden rows/cols

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    Default Copy data without hidden rows/cols

    OK, this is a simple one and I must know the answer, just can't find it right now.

    I have a massive spreadsheet, I have hidden some rows and columns and want to paste what I now have on screen to a new sheet, without all the hidden data

    How ?

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    Default Re: Copy data without hidden rows/cols

    Select all the cells, choose Edit|Goto|Special, check Visible cells only and click OK. Then Copy|Paste.

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    Default Re: Copy data without hidden rows/cols

    Thanks Andrew, should be on paste special really, I'll have a word with Bill when I see him next . .

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    Default Re: Copy data without hidden rows/cols

    What if you want to paste into cells in the same visible fields in the same spreadsheet. You could do this in Excel 2003.

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