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Lets say I have a table and I want it flipped across the diagonal. So instead of X by Y its Y by X...

Before:

         A       B      C
RED      1       2      3
BLUE     4       5      6

Becomes:

         RED     BLUE
A        1       4
B        2       5
C        3       6

Is there an easy, built-in way to do this?

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In Microsoft Excel 2007:

  1. Copy (not cut) the data to be "flipped".
  2. Click in the upper left corner of a non-overlapping region where you want the data to be flipped into.  (You might want to do this in a new worksheet.)
  3. Click on the arrow (triangle) below the Paste icon.
  4. Click on Transpose.   Screen shot of Microsoft Excel 2007 Paste menu.
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Copy > Paste Special > Check/Select "Transpose"

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I know this works in excel. Does it work in the others as well? – soandos Aug 31 '12 at 20:54
    
I don't have either set up, so I'm not sure. I know this feature is NOT available in Google Docs though. – Toneloc427 Aug 31 '12 at 21:06
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This is correct for LibreOffice Calc. – DaleSwanson Sep 1 '12 at 9:18

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