Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Copying Cell Contents
Did You Know?
You can change Office Clipboard options. At the bottom of the Office
Clipboard, you can click the Options button to turn on and off any of the
following options: Show Office Clipboard Automatically, Show Office
Clipboard When Ctrl+C Pressed Twice, Collect Without Showing Of-
fice Clipboard, Show Office Clipboard Icon on Taskbar, or Show Status
Near Taskbar When Copying.
Copying Cell Contents
You can copy and move data on a worksheet from one cell or range to another location
on any worksheet in your workbook. When you copy data, a duplicate of the selected
cells is placed on the Clipboard. To complete the copy or move, you must paste the data
stored on the Clipboard in another location. The Paste live preview allows you to view
your paste results before you actually paste it. With the Paste Special command, you can
control what you want to paste and even perform mathematical operations. To copy or
move data without using the Clipboard, you can use a technique called drag-and-drop .
Drag-and-drop makes it easy to copy or move data short distances on your worksheet.
Copy Data Using the Clipboard
Select the cell or range that contains the data you want to copy.
Click the Home tab.
Click the Copy button.
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