simple excel application

cdudley

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I am trying to format a collum in excel to be pasted onto another worksheet. However, when I do this, the format of the collum I copy changes to the format of the worksheet I paste it on. ex. b12/c12 turns into the b12 and c12 of the sheet I past it on instead of holding the value of the original worksheet. How can I copy and paste items that will hold thier formula value to thier original worksheet?
 

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chef
This message was edited by chef on 2002-08-31 02:58
 
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