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Moving rows and columns
Moving rows and columns
In many cases, the data in your worksheets is first recorded on
paper—for example, when you record times for a race or collect
customer responses on survey forms. Sometimes it’s easier to
type the information into your worksheet so that it looks the
same way as it looks on paper. To present the information the
way you want it to look, you can move rows and columns to
new positions on the worksheet.
Move one or more rows
1 Select the rows that you want to move.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 In the Clipboard group, click the Cut button.
4 Click the first cell in the row where you want to move the rows.
5 In the Clipboard group, click Paste.
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