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Rotating an excel spread sheet - swapping columns & rows

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Firstly I have no idea if this is possible and was hoping there might be a simple(ish) solution!

I have been supplied a spread sheet that I need to import into ms/my sql with a list of companies and what they do.

Currently the companies are in the columns and what they do in the rows.

I need to have the companies in the row, with what they do in the columns.

In essence rotating it through 90 degrees.

Hoping someone can help - many thanks in advance

Grant



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Can you Copy- Paste Special-Transpose your data into another sheet to see if it's what you want?

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Let's assume your data are from A1 to J12 then
Select all your data (A1 to J12) and "Copy", then go to new sheet and "Paste-Special" and check "Transpose" then OK.
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That's got to be a record response time - many thanks to you both - easy when you know how!
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