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I have a list of numbers in one column down many rows. How do I cut and paste these numbers to fit across many columns and one row? So, the numbers will be listed horizontally not vertically stacked, if that makes sense.
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Hello you can use : Copy - Paste special - Transpose or the TRANSPOSE function Demo : http://www.excel-easy.com/examples/transpose.html
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