Excel - Convert a row into a column and vice-versa

It may happens that you need to convert a row into a column or vice-versa, under Excel. That is: transfering all the cells from an horizontal display to a vertical one or otherwise. Here's a small trick:
  • Select the targeted cells.
  • Do a CTRL+C to copy them.
  • Move to the first cell of your new row/column (Note that this cell must be outside the copy area).
  • Right click> Paste Special.
  • Check the "Transpose" option and click on OK.

Here's the result:
Published by deri58. Latest update on May 24, 2012 at 02:15 PM by deri58.
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