Columns to Rows?

xcellnoob

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I did a search and couldn't find anything related, so:
Is there a way to Take a column of data and paste it so that it's a row?
So basically, column A I want to be in Row 1. Horizontal versus vertical.
Help?
 

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chearn

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you should be able to copy your column info then "paste special" and click on transpose, that will put your column info into a row
 

Oaktree

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Also consider the TRANSPOSE function if you want it to be linked instead of copied/pasted values.

Note: to transpose a 2x3 rectangle, select a 3x2 range, enter =TRANSPOSE(2x3 range's addresses) and press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. You have to select the range first, and you have to enter with CSE.
 

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