Formula Pasting

SeaStar

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Joined
Sep 15, 2006
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Hi,
what i mean is, and im finding it difficult to explain, that i have formulas like
10%
15%
etc....
and i would like a formula in a new sheet to pull these formulas but in a row not a column, so rather than copying and pasting each week, just drag a formula along a row in my new sheet that will pick up a formula in a column in another sheet?
 

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GorD

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Joined
Jan 17, 2004
Messages
1,447
Not sure what you mean by graphthese formulas, but you can quickly change the layout using edit copy, edit paste special and selecting transpose.

hope that is of some help
 

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