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excel script that duplicates each row in a spreadsheet

Posted on 2013-11-16
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I need to duplicate each row in an excel spreadsheet. Can somebody help with the script to do it?
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And of course - Thank You, experts!
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I just realized - the simplest way to it is to simply select the rows, copy and paste them :)
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