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Re: copy the picture without mouse in excel file
Well the best info i can give you is to use the directional keys or the tab button to select the image. (or you can cheat by using ctrl-a..that is the keystroke for select all)
After you have selected the image (you can tell it has been selected when there are little boxes that appear at the corners of the image) You can then hit ctrl-c to copy. Open or switch to the file you want to copy the image to then hit ctrl-v which is the keystroke for paste.
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Copy and Paste has to work. Maybe you are doing something wrong.
For example if you copy three rows of excel data then when you get ready to paste it you must select and highlight three rows to paste it.
There are other ways to copy and paste something tool For example highlight what you want to copy then put the mouse pointer on it and do a Right Click and select copy. You can also Right Click Where you want to paste it.
Also you can highlight what you want to copy then Press and Hold the CTRL then hit the letter C key. When you want to paste it you can simply put the mouse where you want it to go, then Press and Hold the CTRL key then hit the letter V key.
Of course there are the way most people know which is to hit File/Edit/Copy at the top of the window or File/Edit/Paste.
If you want to share a small part of your Excel worksheet but don't want to send an Excel file, you can copy part of the worksheet to the clipboard as a picture instead, which can be pasted into any application that supports images, such as your favorite image editor.
The command in Excel 2007 to do this is oddly located on the Paste menu in the Ribbon. From the Home tab, click on the drop-down menu under the Paste button, and select As Picture \ Copy as Picture.
Now you will get a dialog asking you how you want to copy the picture. If you want to paste the picture into any application, you'll need to select "As shown on screen", and then "Bitmap".
Now your cell data should be on the clipboard, ready to paste into any application that allows you to paste in a bitmap. Here's an example of a bitmap I pasted into the editor I use for writing articles here:
Click whith the left mouse button to hignlight the file you want to copy then press Ctrl key plus c key to copy then open the folder you want to copy to then press Ctrl key plus v key to paste. and to cut a file - Ctrl key plus x key to cut
Have the computer screen on the item you wish to "copy" then hit the Print Screen key, without copying anything else so that your picture stays on the clipboard (or "in the mouse") go to your picture editing program, ie. Windows Paint, Paint Shop Pro, IrfanView (a freee downloadable program) and click on "Edit" then "Paste" and then save the final product.
If the column names and orders are same across files, then you can directly use the MS Excel's import data function, this will do your job.
Alternatively, if you want to do it manually, import each file in separate excel worksheet using data import wizard or simple copy paste of data (in latter case you have to use Text-to-Col feature of excel), and then manually append all figures (copy-paste in one go) to any external excel sheet.
Then finally, export/save as that external sheet to any filename of your choice.
Open the protected sheet... Go to edit and click select all. Go back to edit and click on copy. Open a new excel sheet, go to edit and click on paste. Now you have the copy of the protected sheet without the protection.
Try to highlight the area you want copied and either hit <CTRL> and <C> at the same time or left click on the mouse and select copy. Go to the document you want copied and hit <CTRL> and <V> at the same time or left click on the mouse and select paste
open the file on the cd with the pictures you wish to copy then hold the CTRL control key and click on every photo you wish to copy. This should highlight every picture you want. let go off the CTRL key when you've selected them on one of the highlighted pictures right click on your mouse and select copy from the list. then navigate to the file you want to copy the pictures to and in the open file right click on the mouse and select paste. you should now see all the pictures youve selected copied to the file you wanted them in