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how to transpose a single column list into 3 columns

Posted on 2015-02-12
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hi Folks
Got a list in the attached file. name, phone number, website (listed vertically). I want this to be listed horizontally as per desired format sheet. I've tried transpose, transpose (array entered) and so far I've got the first one repeated.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
EE-transpose.xlsx
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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In A1 on sheet3 enter:
=INDEX('Original data'!$A:$A,(ROW()-1)*3+COLUMN())
and copy across to B1 and C1 then fill those three down as far as necessary.
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Absolutely f****** brilliant :-) THANK YOU :-)
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An elegant beautiful formula to solve a transpose question....
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