How to Move Rows in Excel Online (web app)


I am try to figure out how to move a row by dragging and dropping it in excel online.  I only have the option to replace the data of the row I am moving it to. Is there a way to insert the row with out over writing the existing data?

Thanks in advance!
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Highlight the row and select Copy.

Then right click the row label where you want it placed and there will be an option for Insert Copied cells.

Not sure if it works with Cut rather than copy, if not use Copy and then then delete original.

Rob H
BeevasAuthor Commented:

The only option is insert row. Insert copied cell is not an option.

Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
It looks like you have to insert the new row in the required place before dragging the data into it.

Online apps don't have as much functionality as local install version.

Rob H

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