Copy formulas to text documents

MAGOOGLE

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Can anyone tell me how I can copy all the formulas in a selected area of cells and paste them to a text document without the end product being the result of the formula, but the formula itself.
 

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nbrcrunch

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The following worked for me but I suppose it might depend into which application you are pasting:

1. switch to formula-view mode (Ctrl key and the tilde key together)
2. copy the cells
3. Paste into Notepad (or Word)
 
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