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Microsoft excel cell formatting

Can someone tell how I format a cell so when I multi-copy the cell down a page to another worksheet the same cell is repeated rather than copying each cell down the page?

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Ken

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YES! Select the cell you want to copy, "right click" then select copy from the list that appears when you "right click". Select the cells you want to copy the preferred cell to ----- by left clicking, the start cell (your courser will change to a large thick plus symbol) then hold and drag to the ending cell you want to place the copies to and let up and right click the area now highlighted and select "Print" from the list that appears.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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