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# How do I transpose horizontal data into vertical data?

Posted on 2011-04-19
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Good morning, Experts.

How do I transpose horizontal data into vertical data in Excel 2010?

Basically I want to flip the data 90 degrees so that all of the rows are columns.  I have attached my spreadsheet to this posting.

It sounds simple enough, but I am a little new to Excel.

Thanks!
Joseph JRA-Dashboard2.xlsx
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Select the range that you want to transpose and right click and select Copy. Then click on the cell where you want to transpose the data and right click and select Paste Special and select Tanspose.

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Use the TRANSPOSE function. See attached.

Kevin
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That was really simple!  Thank you for such a prompt repsonse.  I especially appreciate the screen shot!
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