How To Copy And Paste Cell Data In Excel For Mac


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Copying and pasting cell data

When you add headings, formatting, and data to a worksheet, you'll often find that you can use those same elements again, whether on the same worksheet, another worksheet in another workbook, or even in another Office document. In this movie, I'll show you how to cut, copy, and paste your data effectively. To cut cell data, you first select a cell, or group of cells, and then either press Command+X, or click at the Cut toolbar button. So let's say that I wanted to cut the values calendar year 2005 through calendar year 2010 from these cells and paste them into other cells.

After you select them, you can press Command+X, which is for cut, or you can click the Cut button on the toolbar - it looks like a pair of scissors. Then you click the cell where you want paste the values and press Command+V. Because I used cut, Excel removed the values from the original cells and pasted them here. Now I am going to undo that. To undo I will press Command+Z key, put the cells back, and the...

Copying and pasting cell data
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Copying and pasting cell data provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Curt Frye as part of the Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel for Mac
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