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    I have two ranges a2:a25 and b1:z1 I want cell b1 =a2 and c1 =a3 and so on.
    Is there any short way to do this!


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    On 2002-03-12 13:19, karraj wrote:
    I have two ranges a2:a25 and b1:z1 I want cell b1 =a2 and c1 =a3 and so on.
    Is there any short way to do this!

    You can copy, then paste special, transpose.

    Or, you could select b1:z1 (yes, the whole range), and type in the following formula:

    =TRANSPOSE(A2:A25)

    and before you press enter, type Ctrl+Shift+Enter instead (this is an array formula).

    Hope this helps,

    Russell

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    Russell,

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

    I was wondering the same thing and have been trying to figure this function out for the past hour. Excel's Help does a POOR job of explaining how to use this function (they missed the CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER part).

    Priscilla

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