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Microsoft® Excel® 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling by Wayne L. Winston

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Chapter 14. The Paste Special Command

Questions answered in this chapter:

  • How can I move the results of calculations (not the formulas) to a different part of a worksheet?

  • I have a list of names in a column. How can I make the list appear in a row instead of a column?

  • I’ve downloaded U.S. T-Bill interest rates from a website into Excel. The data displays a 5 when the interest rate is 5 percent, 8 when the interest rate is 8 percent, and so on. How can I easily divide my results by 100 so that a 5 percent interest rate, for example, is displayed as .05?

With the Paste Special command in Microsoft Excel 2010, you can easily manipulate worksheet data. In this chapter, I’ll show how you can use the Paste Special command to perform the following types ...

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