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I have a column in excel suppose


I want to change it in row like

2 13 12 12 34

I tried to tranpose it but All the changed data go in single cell. I need to copy column and dump it in row each cell one value

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how did you try to transpose it? – mcalex Feb 18 '13 at 9:05
  1. Choose the appropriate column.
  2. Copy.
  3. Choose the first cell of tow.
  4. Right mouse button - Paste Special - mark the transpose checkbox.
  5. Ok.

The result is a inserted column in a row.

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