Transpose without breaking dependencies

EmptySee

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hi --

I'm using Excel 2003, but open to solutions in later versions of Excel because I'm probably going to upgrade to 2007 or 2010.

I've got a large range (about 30 columns and 500 rows) for inputting raw data, which other worksheets in my workbook then use formulas to manipulate. I want to transpose the range so that I can use filters in a certain way, but I want to do so without breaking the formulas that rely upon this range (and make sure that those formulas refer to the transposed data in the proper way). Cut and transpose would be ideal, but Excel won't let me do that. Maybe this is available in later versions? Or do you guys have other workarounds?
 

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