How can I fill down vertically from a horizontal data in Excel 2007?

So here's what I want to do.  Worksheet A has cells with drop down answers that users select.  They are organized horizontally (i.e. A1, B1, C1, etc.).  I have another worksheet (Worksheet B) where I would like to list their answers vertically.  So for example:
Worksheet A
Cell A1=True, B1=False, C1=True

What I want is Worksheet B to report the following
Cell A1=A1's answer
Cell A2=B1's answer
Cell A3=C1's answer

So the result would look like this:
Worksheet B
True
False
True

Instead of:
Worksheet A
True False True

I can't use the fill down option and it's driving me nuts.  Please help.
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Put this in 'Worksheet B'!A1 and copy down as needed:

=INDEX('Worksheet A'!1:1,1,ROW())
jppintoCommented:
You can Copy and Paste Special-Transpose the data from sheet1 to sheet2.
Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Small correction:

=INDEX('Worksheet A'!$1:$1,1,ROW())
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Achievement_FirstAuthor Commented:
So that I can customize the formula to fit my specific need, can you explain what the $1:$1,1,ROW()) means in the formula.  I'm close but not quite there.

BTW, I've already tried transpose and it doesn't work.
barry houdiniCommented:
I would use a small change to Patrick's suggestion, i.e. If you want the results to begin in D3

=INDEX('Worksheet A'!A$1:Z$1,ROWS(D$3:D3))

'Worksheet A'!A$1:Z$1 is simply the range of data that you want to transpose, change as required

change the D3s dependant on the start cell

The ROWS function simply returns a 1 in the first cell and then increments by 1 each row as you copy down

regards, barry

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Achievement_FirstAuthor Commented:
Awesome, it worked!  
How did you guys get so smart?
Thanks for elaborating on the formula also, this made it much easier to understand what to look for.
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