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excel - converting columns to rows

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How do you convert a column of numbers into a row of numbers? No calculations being done, I just want to switch  rows (columns) of numbers to the other.  Can this even be done - easily?
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Brett
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You need to Transpose the data.  This is how you do it in Excel 97:

1. Select the range you wat to transpose from;
2. Choose Edit, Copy
3. Goto to your destination cell.
4. Choose, Edit, Paste Special, Select Transpose checkbox and click OK.
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Wow, my excel ignorance is revealed once again.

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Brett
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